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SASU demands installation of BAS in schools

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 7/18/2018 12:24:40 AM IST
To check irregularities and absence of teachers, Seyochung Area students’ Union (SASU) has demanded that the government to install biometric attendance system (BAS) and CCTV cameras in schools. 
The union lamented that irregularities and absence of teachers and lack of punctuality was affecting the students as they were left without quality education and proper guidance. 
In this regard, the union in a press release by its president, K. Chumseli Anar and general secretary Holise said that it will conduct surprise checking in all the school under its jurisdiction and warned erring teachers of stringent action. 
The union also cautioned the teachers that their service were liable for termination if found absent from duty more than one month without leave or found engaging proxy teachers. 
SASU also said that it has abolished proxy teachers in every school under its jurisdiction.
The union therefore warned that upon detection of such activities, the matter would be reported to the higher authority, and for which SASU would not be held responsible. 
It further said that if government teachers were unable to perform their duties then they should take voluntary retirement and give chance to unemployed students waiting in queue for job opportunity. 

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