State

Student bodies appeal government on various issues

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 9/28/2020 12:41:04 PM IST

Konyak Students ’ Union (KSU), All Sumi Students’ Union (SKK) and Kuki Students’ Organisation Nagaland (KSON) have reminded the state government and concerned department on various issues related to welfare of students and teachers. 

KSU: Reiterating its demands/proposals to the School Education department, Nagaland, the Konyak Students’ Union (KSU) appealed the state government and the concerned department to look into the grievances as genuine immediately.
A press release by KSU general secretary, Phoe Konyak and education secretary, Abo Wangshu stated that it was opposed to approval of mid-day meal (MDM) scheme to NGOs and demanded that MDM scheme meant for students should be implemented by concerned department in the district. While urging the government to withdraw/cancel the approval order, the KSU also stated that the policy for transfer of the scheme to any NGOs/societies must not be implemented as it will only invite manipulation in the system. In regard to its proposal for appointment of headmasters and assistant headmasters and PGT for Sociology at GHSS Mon, the KSU stated that Government High Schools of Mon district, i.e Totok Chingnyu, Shangnyu village, Tizit village, Chingkao and Angjangyang were running without the heads of institutions since the up-gradation. Proposal for appointment of Sociology PGT at GHSS Mon was also given to the principal secretary as students were pursuing their academic without subject teacher, whereby the Union expect positive response to the grievances at the earliest. 
On the SSA and RMSA teachers’ issue, the KSU expressed shock to see the ignorance and delay of the government to act upon the appeals made by the various civil organisations to bring the RMSA & SSA teachers of 2010 and 2013 into mainstream. In this regard, the Union has resolved to extend its cooperation to teachers in obtaining their justice.
SKK: All Sumi Students’ Union (SKK) has urged the state government to implement the decision that was taken on October 3, 2018, to mainstream all the teachers of 2010 & 2013 batches of SSA and RMSA into the education cadre.
A press release by SKK president, Hutoshe Kits and general secretary, Bokalu V. Jimo stated its dismay by the unfulfilled assurances which were given to the NSSATA in an agreement that was signed between the government and the NSF, the ENSF, the NSSATA on June 12, 2018.  While noting that the agreement was to rectify the nature of appointment of the aggrieved teachers basing on the appointment order and all relevant documents, the SKK asserted that it will never compromise with the issues related to the education sector affecting the welfare of the student community and teachers whatsoever.  SKK urged the state government to consider this most genuine case with urgency and also assured the SSA and RMSA teachers of their support and acknowledged the services being rendered by the teachers despite the hardships being faced by them.
KSON: While extending support to the demand of NSF and ENSF in regard to the regularisation of the 2010 & 2013 batches of RMSA and SSA teachers, the Kuki Students’ Organisation Nagaland (KSON) has also appealed government to adhere to the policy of appointing only those candidates belonging to the native tribe where each respective primary school is situated. A press release by KSO media cell stated that, it was only fair on the part of the state government that teachers’ dedication and hard work be acknowledged and their grievances and demands be addressed promptly.

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