NSSU inspects educational institutions

NSSU inspects educational institutions
NSSU officials with the school students.
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 8/10/2019 11:54:40 AM IST

Northern Sumi Students’ Union (NSSU) during its educational tour phase-1 from August 5-8, inspected government educational institutions within its jurisdiction to observe the functioning and progress of developmental activities. 

In a press statement, NSSU president, Puloto G. Awomi and general secretary, P. Samuel Chophy said that during the inspection, the union found absence of teachers in all the primary schools and expressed displeasure on the poor academic performance of the students.  

The union under the theme “Mission Doing Right” (Achipiu Mlahnni) conducted meetings with VEC, GBs, council chairman, teacher i/c along with teaching faculties to address on the issues of proxy teachers. It therefore, appealed to the state government to stop transfer of teacher with post under Northern Sumi inhabitants circle. 

 The union also visited primary schools at Akuhaiqa village, Khakuthato village, Shihaphumi village, Atuphu village, Sumito village and Zuxushe village, and Government Middle School at Puneboto along with private institutions like Kind David School under NSBAK (Nito Mount) at mission centre Aqakito, Delino School under NSBAK (Aizuto) at mission centre Puneboto and  Spring Buds Orphanage School ay Shihaphumi village. 

The release stated that due to deplorable road condition the union could not visit all the villages but promised to cover the remaining villages during the phase-II educational tour. 

Meanwhile, the NSSU reminded all the concerned government teachers under its jurisdiction to be regular and stationed in their respective posted places. The union further warned that it will initiate its own course of action as per the union constitution in the event of any teachers found practicing proxy and transfer of post without the consent of the village authority.  


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