The All Manipur Students' Union (AMSU) on Friday demanded disclosure of the finding report by the enquiry committee on B Ed Entrance Examination for 2021-23 session conducted by the Dhanamanjuri College of Teacher Education (DMCTE) by December 21.
The Higher and Technical Education department constituted a three-member enquiry committee on September 23 against the functioning of the admission committee of DMCTE's B Ed Entrance Examination for the 2021-23 session, with the allegation that certain complaints have been made by public against this entrance test, said general secretary of AMSU Bikramjit Thongam while speaking to the media in Imphal.
He said that the enquiry committee had submitted its enquiry report in September. However, the same administrative department again issued another order for another round of enquiry on October 23.
Mentioning that the final report was also completed on time, it was forwarded to the commissioner of university and higher education on December 6, he said. So far, the department has failed to take a concrete decision on the matter.
As a result, the new B Ed admission process could not be completed till date and it has led to many issues such as inability to commence a new session, he added.
The academic career of the newly admitted students is at stake due to the sheer negligence on the part of the authorities concerned, he pointed out.
Asserting that AMSU will not remain a mute spectator in such matters, the general secretary demanded disclosure of the enquiry committee’s finding report of DMCTE's B Ed Entrance Exam 2021-23 by December 21. “The student community will launch agitations if the authorities fail to act,” he cautioned.