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CCSU highlights plight of government schools

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 7/24/2018 11:56:57 PM IST
As a part of its two-phased educational tour from May 1 to 4 and June 19 to 22, the Confederation of Chang Students’ Union (CCSU) covered 65 schools across 48 villages, during which schools were found in a “deplorable condition and shortage of headmasters, assistant headmaster, subject teachers and general teachers.”
In a press statement, CCSU president Chingmak Kumchuba and general secretary, C.Pongsu said that head master or assistant head master was needed in the following schools- GHS Ngoungchung, GHS Yangpi, GHS Konya, and GHS Chingmei. 
CCSU detected shortage of general teachers in the following schools- GMS Helipong “A”, two teachers in GPS Helipong “B”, two teachers in GMS Chingmei, GMS Chendang, GPS Konya, GMS Haak, two teachers in GMS Longdang , GMS Nakshou, GPS Buthanbou.
It also detected shortage of Hindi teachers in GPS Maksha, GPS Keshai, GMS Sangsangyo, GMS Longra, and GMS Ngangpong.
Shortage of other subject teachers was also found in GMS Sedam (Maths), GHS Hakchang (English), GHS Yangpi (Maths, English, and Science), GHS Chingmei (Maths, Science, and English). Apart from shortage of teachers, CCSU detected many teachers were absent from their assigned duties. 
In this regard, as per the notification passed by the department (no work, no pay), the confederation deducted the salary with the concerned DEO, SDEO and Deputy Commissioner. CCSU warned all the teachers to diligently perform their assigned duties, adding that the union will not compromise if teachers were found to be absent.
It also appealed to the responsible department to detach all the teachers attached to ministers and to take note of the school buildings which are in a depleted condition. 
“The school environment should be such that student finds it appealing to attend the classes,”                    CCSU said.

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