TSUD appeals for suspension of offline classes

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 4/26/2021 1:01:15 PM IST

Following the detection of COVID-19 positive cases in one of the colleges, the Tenyimi Students’ Union Dimapur (TSUD) has urged that the district task force (DTF) to immediately suspend offline classes as it would jeopardize the life of the students.

In a press release, TSUD president Rukewezo Wetsah appealed to the DC Dimapur to suspend offline schools/colleges, saying schools and colleges were now familiar with the online system.

It also urged the DC to ensure SOPs were strictly enforced for inbound travellers (more cautious with railway and flights) and for hostellers to remain in the respective hostels to attend online classes (to avoid network issue in remote areas).

TSUD suggested that university exams be held either online as scheduled as far as possible keeping in mind the career of students.

The union has also urged the DC to limit the movements in border gates and allow only essential commodities to pass. 

Further, the union assured to extend its full cooperation to the administration.



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