United Sangtam Students’ Conference (USSC), the apex body of United Sangtam Students’ Community has appealed mission director, RMSA, Nagaland education mission society for implementation RMSA project.
United Sangtam Students’ Conference reiterated that the government of India had sanctioned funds during the financial year 2009-10 for implementation of RMSA project which aimed to universalize secondary and higher secondary education to be at par with the free and compulsory elementary school education in India.
However, United Sangtam Students’ Conference stated that the programme was launched in Nagaland only on March 2 in Kohima adding that the fund to be utilized during 2009-10 as pilot project was “yet to put into black and white”.
United Sangtam Students’ Conference expressed apprehension on failure of implementing Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) project in right time and even adult female literacy campaign especially meant for Tuensang, Mon, Longleng and Kiphire, adding, the fund sanctioned during 2009-10 which was “left unspent”.
In this light, United Sangtam Students’ Conference president, Likhumba Y. Sangtam has urged the authority to start utilizing the fund so as to fulfill the order issued on March 23 and enable in running the secondary schools during the academic session 2010.