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ZSTH visits schools, appeals to govt

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 7/21/2018 12:21:32 AM IST
Zunheboto Sumi Totimi Hoho (ZSTH) visited Government Higher Secondary School Zunheboto (GHSSZ) and Shovishe Memorial Government High School Zunheboto (SMGHSZ) on July 19 led by its president, Boholi H. Awomi. 
A press release from ZSTH president, Boholi H. Awomi and general secretary, Hukashi R. Awomi stated that the team was excited to see the positive changes taking place in GHSSZ like elimination of proxy teachers.
It however lamented that the school was lacking both in infrastructure and man-power. The hoho asserted that there were shortages of classrooms for the secondary section. Also, the school has a science stream, but the science laboratory building is pathetic with very few equipment, ZSTH observed. It also stated that there is only one mathematics teacher for the secondary level of the school and also suffered from a shortage of an English PGT. Further, there was no MIL (Sutsah) teacher for the last many years in the school, the hoho stated. 
ZSTH expressed shock over the condition of SMGHSZ. During the visit, the hoho observed that the condition of the infrastructure was deplorable, and the classrooms are very congested without proper classrooms for classes 9 and 10, and no science laboratory. The school is running short of mathematics teachers and no MIL (Sutsah) teacher and the only English teacher was transferred out from the school without a reliever, ZSTH noted. During the visit, the hoho also learnt that the school has to deny admissions to many students due to lack of infrastructure and teachers.
ZSTH appealed to the government of Nagaland and the department of School Education to look into the grievances of GHSSZ and SMGHSZ and do the needful both in infrastructure and in manpower so that these schools can do justice to students studying in the school in particular and the people of Zunheboto in general.

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