NSF takes up students’ welfare issue, asks CM to respond within 20 days

DIMAPUR, JUL 13 (NPN) | Publish Date: 7/14/2018 12:07:33 AM IST
After undertaking educational tours to various colleges, the Naga Students Federation (NSF) has submitted a representation to the state chief minister containing list of demands and suggestions concerning the welfare of student community and sought a written reply within 20 days on receipt of its representation.
In a representation addressed to the state chief minister, the NSF president, Kesosul Christopher Ltu, and general secretary, Imtiyapang Imsong, suggested that the colleges be made mandatory to undertake the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) in order to account for quality and standard education.
Pointing out that grant-in-aid to private colleges has been drastically slashed to a meagre amount, the federation demanded that the state government allocate more funds in order to provide for adequate assistance in the form of grant-in-aid to the colleges.
NSF also appealed to the government to review and enhance the salary of assistant professors appointed on contract basis in the government colleges.
With regard to the Cabinet meeting dated the July 5, 2018 on the approval for creation of 110 Assistant Professor posts in various colleges in the state under the department of higher education, the NSF demanded that all posts should be requisitioned to the NPSC and for appointment of the said posts and follow strict adherence to the laid down norms of recruitment. Further, the federation urged the government to adequately supply study materials for the college libraries.
Stating that only a few colleges have introduced bio-metric attendance, NSF recommended that the same system be established in all the colleges as it improved the efficiency and regularity of the staffs in the institutions, and would further enable “No Work, No Pay” in totality.

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