International Ministries

Help to Construct North East Christian University in Nagaland

This project seeks to raise $100,000 to begin construction of a city center for the new university.

Goal: $100,000

About This Mission Project

For the first time since American Baptist missionaries began work there in 1836, the Council of Baptist Churches of North East India plans to establish a liberal arts university near Dimapur, Nagaland, to provide a wholesome education that is global in perspective, Christian in character and practical in its approach.

North East Christian University will be committed to integrating faith and knowledge, character and service to transform and empower students for leadership in challenging times.

Mission Project Specifics

This project seeks to raise $100,000 to begin construction of a city center for the new university.

This project will be managed by a representative board of directors from the Council of Baptist Churches of North East India.

It is anticipated that this project will create a university to accommodate 3,000 students.

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The Anchor building will become the new city center for the North East Christian University. It will be expanded by adding two more floors for classrooms, faculty offices and a computer lab.