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WASU concern over lack of text book, teachers
Published on 9 Apr. 2010 12:20 AM IST
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Western Angami Students’ Union has expressed concerned over the non-availability of free text book and those absentee teachers deployed in schools in their jurisdiction.
The WASU also requested the Inspector of School in the area to immediately supply text books and depute teachers at the earliest.
Union said on visiting the schools, it found many schools (especially the GPS) facing problems due to non-availability of free text book from the concerned DIS office and non-availability of teachers who were re-deployed to the schools
It also warned that if department failed to fulfill its request, it would be compelled to call for removal or replacement of the concerned. It may be noted that the problem came to light when the union as per its annual plan visited schools within its jurisdiction on April 6 covering 28 schools including 10 private schools, 12 GPS, 4 GMS and 2 GHS. The WASU stated this in a release issued.
During the visit, the union also propagated total sanitation campaign in collaboration with PHE Department and deliberated on personal hygiene and distributed bulletins and pamphlets issued by the department.
The union also discussed with school authorities on the inter-schools literary competition proposed by union to be held in the month of May and also called upon the schools to emphasize on the importance of English and Tenyidie.
Further, union expressed its sincere gratitude to Kevisekho Kruse, additional chief executive, PHE for sponsoring the programme and head of institutions and teachers for their cooperation, unit presidents and individuals who rendered their services.

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