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PGSU Kma class boycott
Published on 23 Mar. 2010 12:48 AM IST
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: In a protest geared at bringing a permanent solution to the ongoing crisis in the Nagaland University, the post graduate students of Nagaland University (NU), Kohima campus, despite NUTA’s decision to resume regular classes from March 22, has decided to boycott academic classes and continue to picket NU office till a concrete decision was achieved.
Even as its agitation entered the fifth day on Monday, the Post Graduate Students’ Union (PGSU), NUCK today wrote a letter to CEC, NUTA president stating that “suspension of academic closure temporarily is unacceptable to the union since the PGSU (NUCK) seeks for permanent solution to the ongoing crises.”
Pointing out that NUTA was resorting to closure of classes and resuming it according to their own wishes, the PGSU NUCK said it would stick to its decision until NUTA, in written, assure never to undertake academic closure as a form of agitation.
In a separate letter addressed to NU vice-chancellor (V-C), the PGSU said it would remain rigid in its decision to close NU office till the authority assured to resolve the problem permanently in writing.
The PGSU said the V.C. had failed to respond despite its agitation entering the fifth day.
Meanwhile, the PGSU, NUCK has informed all its members in Kohima campus to report NU office March 23, 9 a.m. in view of the ongoing agitation.
The union has cautioned it would impose Rs.500 fine on any student and Rs.1000 on any of its executives if they failed to attend.

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