On May 2nd, Governor BD Mishra paid a visit to the Jarbom Gamlin Government Legal College (JGGLC) in the Papum Pare area to assess the academic and infrastructure progress of the state’s lone government law institute.
BD Mishra stresses the importance of providing amenities
Governor BD Mishra stressed the importance of providing amenities, such as hostels and water and electricity supply, in the college “for the maximum strength of students and faculty in the next five to ten years,” saying “there must be a master plan for the entire campus and infrastructure must come up according to a master plan.”
Governor BD Mishra stated he found the demand reasonable and directed the PWD to “reconstruct the boundary wall at the new site” after the PWD demolished 80 meters of the college’s boundary wall to extend the state roadway.
“On account of the high water table in the campus, deep tube wells for the whole water requirement of the college should be created and improvement of the river water supply should be developed as a backup solution,” Mishra advised in response to the college’s water deficit.
“A new ladies’ hostel must be developed with roughly 175 rooms in the master plan, with a solid boundary wall surrounding it,” Mishra said of the fence for the girls’ dormitory.
In addition, he said, “Vehicle and scooter parking places, therefore, must be established as part of the college’s master layout design.”
Moreover, he advised that the need for additional student buses be outsourced to the Arunachal Pradesh State Transport Services.
The governor, together with JGGLC Principal Dr. G George, Papum Pare DC Minga Sherpa, and SP Neelam Niga, paid a visit to the college’s hostels and staff quarters under construction.