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ASU proposal on NU crisis
Correspondent KOHIMA, SEPT 6 (NPN):
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Published on 7 Sep. 2008 12:30 AM IST
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Angami Students’ Union (ASU) has submitted a four-point proposal to the vice chancellor, Nagaland University, Prof. K Kannan towards resolution of the impasse between Nagaland University Teachers’ Association (NUTA) and NU authority. The proposal signed by ASU president Kelhouneizo Yhome and assistant general secretary Zakie Khate, was submitted to the vice chancellor Friday, informed ASU officials. The 4-point proposal included revocation of the suspension orders served to ten university teachers in the greater interest of the students, creating an amnesty for the agitating teachers as well as the non-teaching staffs with an interim period of 48 hours to revoke their respective agitations and resume normal duties and submission of the Fact Find Committee report. ASU also appealed to NUTA to cease the demand for recall of the vice chancellor, registrar and controller of examination, without any “substantial and evidential reasons.” The Union said it was evidently clear that there were some “few glorified among NUTA officials playing with the career and future of the students” by their daily agitation business and exercising authority “above the authority or equal to authority.” “Too many students have suffered from their unending agitations and many are still suffering due to the visionless NUTA intellectuals who are expected to envision great things for the students. This should be immediately stopped,” ASU said. Pointing out that any employee’s salary was paid out of the tax payer’s money, ASU said there were lots of educated unemployed youths ready to take up jobs in the University if any employee was not contended with the job that he or she was obligated to perform. A copy of the proposal was also reportedly submitted to president NUTA. However NUTA officials denied that they had received any such copy.

 
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