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NSF demands SIT report
DIMAPUR, FEB 2 (NPN)
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Published on 3 Feb. 2010 12:23 AM IST
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: Alleging that a “blame game” has been going on for almost a year among the officials of the state education department over the bogus appointment of teachers and due to which the government instituted Special Investigation Team (SIT), entrusted to examine the issue has been kept in “cold storage,” the NSF has demanded immediate declaration of the SIT report. Besides, the NSF also demanded re-deployment of teachers to their respective posts from non-teaching offices at the earliest. NSF president, Mutsikhoyo Yhobu and education secretary, Ahito Achumi in a letter to the chief secretary said delay in the investigation has resultantly affected the academic career of those students studying in government schools having shortage of teachers. The federation said it would not tolerate further delay without any tangible result. Extending full support towards cleansing of the department without fear or favour, the NSF, however, maintained that indefinite type of investigative process would yield no good result for corrective process to take shape in the system. The federation observed that improper dealing system in the education department was a long year’s accumulated problem which cannot be cleansed by delaying the result of investigation. The student body said its long year demand for re-deployment of teachers to their respective posting from non-teaching offices such as directorate, DEOs/DISs offices or attached to MLAs, parliamentary secretaries or ministers has not been fulfilled. The NSF said such favouritism practiced by the government breed differences in the department in particular and society at large. In the interest of the public, the NSF said, it shall stand all out for fair practices to prevail and would not hesitate to defend its right democratically, should the government remain mute to its call.

 
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