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YAA resolves to inspect institutes and works

DIMAPUR, APR 21 (NPN) | Publish Date: 4/21/2019 11:57:35 AM IST

To ensure quality education and quality workmanship in Yimchungrü’s territory, Yimchungrü Akherü Arihako (YAA) will be conducting an extensive inspection tour under the theme “Reaching out to revamp”.

The frontal students’ organisation of the Yimchungrü tribe explained that this has been necessitated to assess the overall developmental activities, lapses in various welfare funds under the Central and State schemes and check the regularity of teachers within its jurisdiction.
In a press release, YAA president S Yansomong and general secretary Achung Jangleh explained that taking serious note of the prevailing poor performance of schools, the association has resolved to show “zero tolerance” towards proxy/substitute teachers and shall strictly enforce “no work, no pay” policy on teachers who are found absent without prior permission from the authorities. 
In case of study leave granted by the department, a substitute teacher should be arranged as per the directive of the department.  Such arrangement should be made in advance with an official communication to school managing committee (SMC) with a copy to the concerned students’ union, it demanded. 
In this regard, all its federating units have been directed to ensure that composition and functioning of SMCs are in sync with the Communitisation Act Handbook/guidelines. Being the stakeholders, the federating units have been asked to report to YAA office in the event of any lapses detected in Mid Day Meal, distribution of uniforms, textbooks and other related issues pertaining to students’ welfare for onward submission to the department concerned. Referring to rampant transfer and posting of government employees, thereby causing undue hardships to both the employees and the public, YAA said there are instances wherein the employees were transferred out without any reliever either through political favouritism or due to some extraneous consideration. The association asserted that it would strictly monitor and would not hesitate to forward those erring employees to the department concerned for appropriate action.
Furthermore, all contractors/firms operating within the Yimchungrü’s territory have also been asked to ensure “quality workmanship” and complete their work within the stipulated time. In this regard, YAA said it will remain vigilant and assured to extend all possible support and co-operation to the contractors/firms for work execution as per specification/DPR. 
And should any lapse be detected on the part of the contractors/firms, YAA warned that it would not hesitate to blacklist such erring contractors/firms.
Referring to poor infrastructure and inadequate staff in various health units, the students’ body pointed out that many poor patients from rural areas are deprived from their fair share of accessing basic health amenities. In this regard, it urged the department concerned to upgrade the existing health units and deploy adequate staff.  
In this regard, YAA said it would interact and collect detailed information from various departments during the inspection period. Therefore, all government employees posted at various towns and villages within its jurisdiction have been asked to remain in station for data collection. 
The students’ body sought cooperation from all stakeholders, including the government employees, for fulfilment of its mission.

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