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MHSU social awakening campaign

MHSU social awakening campaign
Members of Mopong Hongkong Students’ Union during their social awakening campaign conducted from April 14 to 18.
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 4/21/2019 11:59:54 AM IST

 HIGHLIGHTS SHORTCOMINGS IN EDUCATION AND HEALTH SECTORS

A social awakening campaign, organized by the Mopong Hongkong Students’ Union (MHSU), which commenced at Mopong headquarter on April 14 ended in Kenchenshu village on April 18.

MHSU president L. Kholee, in a press release stated that the campaign team consisted of two groups, group A and group B, each covering four villages.

During their visits, the union researched social inter-relationship, stigmas and studied the structure of various communitized departments and their implementation.

The union stated that it found loopholes and anomalies in the use of government funds and functioning of committees, due to which it warned the erring persons and suggested remedial measures for welfare of the general public.

During inspection of educational institutions, including private schools, the union noted that infrastructure in some Government Primary Schools were pitiable and pathetic. “Some schools are running classes from PP to class V with only 3 teachers” the union stated. In some cases, teachers of government schools are sponsored by the village council, Church Mission Board and VECs due to shortages of teachers. It was also found that Government High School (GHS) Yonghong had no government teachers during the inspection.

Also under the slogan “Health is Wealth,” the union inspected health facilities and found that not a single nurse was at their posting place during the visit.

Taking serious note of these shortcomings, the union warned all government employees under its jurisdiction to discharge their assign duties sincerely. “The MHSU will take direct action upon the defaulters if found repeating in the next phase of inspection” it stated.

The press release added that besides the inspections, the union also spread awareness regarding the girl child in collaboration with the “Beti bachao Beti Padhao” government campaign.

 

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