In order to address the unrest youths who are lacking guidance and support for their future career, the Manipur Students’ Federation (MSF) on Sunday demanded the state government to frame a State Youth Policy and implement it at the earliest before things go out of control.
An Oath Taking cum Charge Handing and Taking Over ceremony of the newly elected office bearers of the 19th Federal Executive Council, MSF was held at its office in Kwakeithel in Imphal West on Sunday.
The oath taking ceremony was administered by dean of School of Education MU, Prof Takhellambam Inaobi Singh.
Announcing the action plan of the 19th Federal Executive Council, MSF 2022-23, its newly elected president M Julesh informed that MSF will give more emphasis and strengthen its academic campaign ‘Eikhoi Leirak Ningthina Tamsi.’
He said that regarding the scheduled rationalisation of government teacher postings which will start from October 31, the MSF will strictly monitor the process so that the process is done without any biases.
Pointing out that the booming of private schools is the main factor of declining the admission rate at government schools, he demanded full-fledged implementation of the Manipur Private School (Registration and Regulation) Act 2017 and Manipur Coaching Institute (Control and Regulation) Act 2017.
In this regard, the MSF will start monitoring those private schools and institutions which do not fulfil the criteria of the two Acts, he added.
He maintained that considering the lack of moral and discipline among the students, MSF has decided to take up a mass awareness programme on moral education under its “Eikhoi Khunnai Kanminasi” campaign besides conducting various out campaigns such as “Drug Use Prevention Awareness” and “Sanghalasi Manipur.”
The function was also attended by advisors of MSF Ng Milan, Kh Serajuddin, Oinam Ashinikumar and its outgoing president Khangembam Bidyasagar as presidium members.