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ENSF representation to edn min.
Published on 8 Feb. 2011 1:25 AM IST
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Eastern Naga Students’ Federation (ENSF) has issued a 5-point representation to the minister for school education and SCERT to be fulfilled failing which the Federation said it would be compelled to boycott the teachers’ interview to be held on February 11 in four districts of Eastern Nagaland; Tuensang, Mon, Kiphire and Longleng.
The first point referred to the press statement of the education department which appeared on February 2 claiming that the ENSF had “agreed” to certain points during their meeting. ENSF said that the meeting was not held at the official residence of the commissioner & secretary, school education but at the residence of the minister, school education & SCERT. Besides, the Federation said it had not given any concrete or written agreement on the matter but instead asked the department to first produce a copy of the official order/memorandum to the Federation of the meeting before publication in the press. In this regard, the Federation has asked the department to issue corrigendum in the press regarding the same.
In its second point, the ENSF said there should not be any percentage tag for both primary teacher and graduate teacher for the six tribes of Eastern Nagaland in view of their present educational standards and situations. It demanded review of the government relaxation notification No.EDS/1-7/2008 dated Kohima January 9, 2009.
The third point related to the demand for allowing the selected candidates who were to be appointed as P/T and G/T to pursue PSTE and B.Ed course in-service without any restriction on percentage as per required/laid down procedures Ed. The ENSF demanded that DIET Institutes for PSTE be established at Kiphire and Longleng within 18 months from the date of submission of the representation. It also demanded the establishment of B.Ed institute in all government colleges of the four districts of Eastern Nagaland.
In the fourth point, the ENSF demanded that the education department re-advertise all the vacancies authentically based on district wise before conducting the February 11 interview. In its last point, the Federation demanded that results and appointment orders must be declared and issued on the same date for the entire state irrespective of the dates, the interviews held and results declared.
The ENSF said it anticipated the department to take stock of the situation and address its representation on topmost priority at the earliest so to avoid further complications.

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