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Nikhil urged to resolve NU tussle
Published on 4 Nov. 2009 1:36 AM IST
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Disturbed by the ongoing tussle between NUTA/NUNTSA and Nagaland University vice-chancellor (V-C), the Nagaland Law Students’ Federation (NLSF) has urged state governor to take immediate measure as it was hampering the career of the students’ community and the functioning of responsible office. In a press release issued here on Tuesday, the NLSF president Heroto Chishi and publicity and information secretary Pikuto K Shohe apprised the governor that negative impact of prolong agitation, office picketing and the like was directly or indirectly putting the career of students pursuing higher studies in the university at stake. Further, appealing to the governor to resolve the issue for the benefit of the students’ community at the earliest, the federation urged administrative heads to adhere to service rules and the rules laid down for utilizing funds which was purely meant for developmental purpose. It also appealed both the parties to cooperate and compromise, in order to resolve the issue amicably. NLSF objects NU job ad Drawing attention to the advertisement published in local press by Nagaland University with regard to job reservation for grade ‘c’ and grade‘d’, the Nagaland Law Students’ Federation (NLSF) has appealed to the university authority to rectify the advertisement at the earliest. Making its stand clear that as per the reservation policy, 45% job reservation was purely meant for schedule tribes, the NLSF signatories said, however, the advertisement included both the schedule caste (SC) and OBC for the mentioned vacant pots. Asserting that it was depriving the genuine rights of the tribal people, the federation appealed to the authority responsible to protect the rights of the tribal people and republish the advertisement at the earliest.

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