23 October, 2017

Kohima
Regional Centre

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History
The Regional Centre Kohima in the State of Nagaland was established on the 14th December 2000. As a special measure for the educational development as well as to provide wider network of learner support services to students of the North East Region and Sikkim, six new Regional Centres, in addition to Shillong and Guwahati were established with one in the capital of each state including Kohima Regional Centre.
 
Regional Centre has eleven (15) Regular Study Centres, Six (6) Programme Study Centres, Three (3) Special Study Centres and Two (2) CNRI Knowledge Centres under its jurisdiction. As of now, 54 (Fifty Four) Academic Programmes have been activated. The Regional Centre has total accumulated student strength of 24,310 students registered for various programmes (from the year 2002 till 2015).
 
Under Kohima Regional Centre 9 (nine) Study Centres has DRS Terminals facility, 6 (six) Study Centres has EDUSAT Terminals facilities and 10 (Ten) Examination Centres for Term End Exam. The Regional Centre also has two exam centres for conducting OPENMAT Exams for the Management Programme and Entrance Test for the B.Ed Programme.
 

 

Total enrolment in 2001 was 32, which increased to 811 in 2002. The enrolment position over the years has gradually increased and the total enrolment in 2015 is 4624 in 54 Academic programmes with 22 LSCs spread across 10 districts.