“Nagaland’s proposal to set up a central university was like a dream market rather than that of a university,” president of NCSC (National Children Science Congress) Network, Professor Yashpal said today, referring to Nagaland University. The eminent professor was with the University Grants Commission (UGC) during the time Nagaland state sent the proposal for a central university. Addressing media persons at the ongoing 16th National Children’s Science Congress, the professor said the reason why Nagaland University is still lagging behind other central university is because of the lack of internal will. “You have to agitate and extract your need…or you will get nothing,” the professor said. He said a university must be given freedom to grow and rise and should not be controlled by “babus.”  Read more at http://www.morungexpress.com/frontpage/10619.html