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CSU on grievances of students in absence of teachers

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 8/13/2020 12:58:05 PM IST

Taking note of grievances expressed by the students and parents to adopt online classes in the absence of teachers, the Chakhesang Students' Union (CSU) has reminded all the teachers under its jurisdiction to present themselves or on roster basis as per demand of students.

In a press release, CSU president Vetho Vadeo and general secretary, Avezo Kevin Kapu stated that, since lockdown most of the teachers had left the station with no remedial assistance to clarify doubts of students “on not only academic matters but also on how to use modern technologies to access online classes.” 

While it is pertinent to supplement the recent show cause notice served by Thuvopisii village SMB with regards to the zero attendance of teaching faculty in schools, the CSU also requested respective units to be vigilant and report to Union in case of inconvenience in teaching learning process.  Union also apprised the Education department that merely “giving notes and conducting online classes without checking teachers attendance and knowing the ground reality of the students problem is a mockery to itself.”

CSU also stated that many students are deprived of online classes because of poor network connectivity, whereby it requested the cellular communication operator to deliver quality service in all areas and not to ignore the remote areas.

While CSU appreciated the department’s decision to provide free pen drive containing notes and lecture videos to students studying in government schools, it however pointed out that majority of the students do not posses smartphones, PC/laptop. In this regard, the Union has beseeched the department to provide hard copy notes for students who do not have such facilities. 

CSU further urged educational institutions to be more cautious and follow Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) in conducting offline exams (exception to those areas where there's no online facilities) and while distributing study materials to the students. It also thanked some schools and colleges for waiving off some amounts in admission and monthly fees.


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