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PTCSU, PGCSU to call 2nd phase agitation
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Published on 29 Sep. 2009 12:48 AM IST
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Phek Town Chakhesang Students’ Union (PTCSU) and Phek Government College Students’ Union (PGCSU) have called for the 2nd phase agitation on October 1as resentment against the department of higher education for lending “a deaf ear and blind eye” in reversion of a lecturer post against the incomprehensive ‘transfer with post’ in Phek Government College (PGC). Union presidents requested all the school and college to cooperate and close down the institutions in Phek town on October 1 and also to send 10 student representatives at Town Clock Tower at 9 am in full school uniform. The unions reiterated that even after repeated appeals and reprisal letters for the reversion of a lecturer post in Phek Government College (PGC), the department failed to attend the issue lending a deaf ear towards the ultimate cry of the students. The unions also stated that it would go for 3rd stage of agitation, if the department failed to take up its appeal for which the department will be responsible. Meanwhile, Chakhesang Students' Union (CSU) has expressed disappointment over government’s failure to revert the transferred post of a lecturer in education department in Phek Government College (PGC). Expressing discontentment, union expressed that despite several representations submitted to the department of higher education, staging two days protest as Black Day by Phek Government College (PGC) on September 8 and 9 and several meetings with the government, the grievances of the college have not been addressed. Union lamented that under no circumstances, the transfer the same in the midst of the academic session could not be “tolerated” and termed the act as purely “bias and discrimination” against a particular college. Chakhesang Students' Union (CSU) asserted that the college was handicapped to impart quality education to the rightful and aspiring students with such grievances which would also hampered the career of many students. Owing to the failure of the concern authority to comply with the charter of demands and lapses of more than three months in bringing a conclusion, Chakhesang Students' Union (CSU) questioned the “moral authority” to reiterate the demands of the several memorandums served for restoration of justice in filling up the required lecturer in education department in PGC. Chakhesang Students' Union (CSU) president, Mutsivoyi Kotso and general secretary, Esther Rhakho stated such “bias and discrimination” towards a particular College had affected academic career of the students. Further, the union appealed the responsible authority to streamline and fulfill the plea for the larger interest of the students' community and for the academic progress of the college as well.

 
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