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Zeliang Students’ Union visit GHS and ZHS Tening

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 10/13/2021 11:31:37 AM IST

Zeliang Students’ Union Nagaland visited GHS Tening on October 11 to inspect the working of the school and hold meeting with the staff.

In a press release, ZLSU president Kingsalt Hegwang and general secretary Sanlak Namdau informed that during the meeting, the school authority presented a report on total enrolment of students and the strength of teaching and non-teaching staff.

GHS Tening, headmaster Joseph Gangmei lamented on limited teaching staff and the urgent need of a mathematics teacher.

He informed that the post remained vacant since July 31 after the retirement of the school’s lone math teacher. After deliberation, the union extended its support to help meet the grievances of the school.

The union expressed appreciation and encouraged the teachers to continue persevering towards the upliftment of students.

Earlier, the meeting was chaired by ZLSU education & statistics secretary, Ngaurailung Hiemme and introductory speech by ZLSU president. 

Meanwhile, the union also visited Zeliangrong Heraka School (ZHS) Tening to check ongoing construction of tribal boys hostel. ZLSU held a meeting with assistant headmistress and colleagues to discuss the development of the project.

During the meeting, ZLSU vice president Dr. Pauzieleubo encouraged the school authority to carry out the work in honesty to maintain a good image of the school.

The assistant headmistress Talamsile Newmai highlighted the project on how it remained on standby without any developmental work. She said that any progress to check the project was only met with failure and requested assistance from ZLSU.

She also agreed to cooperate with the union in order to maintain transparency and provide justice.

The school board along with ZLSU executives visited the proposed site of the project to verify the ground reality and confirmed that no work was carried out.

In this regard, ZLSU asked officers of respective departments within its jurisdiction to be stationed.

It also informed that surprise checking would be carried out in the future and defaulters would be dealt with accordingly.

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