ANCSU reminds govt on detachment of teachers

DIMAPUR, AUG 25 (NPN) | Publish Date: 8/25/2018 11:23:25 AM IST

All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) has expressed displeasure with the department of School Education concerning demands to detach all the teachers attached to VVIPs, VIPs, directorate, District Education Officers (DEOs), Sub-Divisional Education Officers (SDEOs) and deputed to other missions as per the standing order.

In a press release, ANCSU vice president and grievances cell chairman, Benjong Longchar, and general secretary, Vimeyiekho Vitso, said that despite several appeals, the department was yet to implement the standing order dated October 31, 2017 in full. 

In this regard, the union has appealed to the government and the department to take the matter seriously on the issue affecting the career of the student community. 

Claiming that it has full list and reports of the attached and deputed teachers, the union said that salaries of those teachers unwilling to return to their respective institutions should be withheld and necessary action initiated. ANCSU warned that it would be compelled “to expose the names of the teachers within no time.”

Land encroachment, scholarship issue

Following the state government directive to DC Kohima to complete the survey work vis-à-vis Kohima Science College Jotsoma (KSCJ) land encroachment issue and submit report within six weeks, the ANCSU has appealed to the district administration to properly survey the land and ensure that not even an inch of a college land was compromised. ANCSU said it would not accept any manipulation in the land survey.

On the state government’s assurance to set up a separate nodal cell for implementing all kind of scholarships, the union expressed hope that the state government would strictly abide by its assurance given. 

All Nagaland College Students’ Union  also urged the state government to take measures to disburse full amount of scholarships to the beneficiaries. It said student community would not acknowledge any kind of justifications on partial payment of scholarships.  

“The state government and concerned departments unable/failing to avail funds from the central government on time for payment of students’ scholarship is not justified,” ANCSU stated.

Further, ANCSU reiterated its demand to the state government to take measures for payment of scholarships in full amount to the beneficiaries by making alternative arrangements. 

The union stated that its agitation has been kept on abeyance until the expiry of the time given by the state government for necessary actions and implementations. 

Meanwhile, ANCSU has appreciated the directive given by the chief minister’s office to the concerned district administrations and concerned departments to submit reports on the issues within stipulated time as directed.

The union, however, asserted that the college students would not remain silent if the state government failed to address its genuine issues.



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