In a move following the dissolution of the 19th Federal Executive Council 2022-23, the new Executive Council of the Manipur Students’ Federation (MSF) made an official announcement on Monday, unveiling a series of immediate actions to be undertaken during their tenure.
The newly appointed MSF general secretary Sundar Khuman, took to the media during a press conference held at the MSF office in Imphal to shed light on the forthcoming initiatives.
One of the primary objectives disclosed by the general secretary is the comprehensive assessment, scanning, and monitoring of educational institutions across Manipur, with a particular focus on those where stranded and displaced students have been pursuing their studies due to the ongoing crisis in the region.
In addition to this, he emphasised the MSF’s intent to rigorously inspect temporary shelter homes and other fabricated dwellings inaugurated by the state government.
This move is aimed at ensuring that the living conditions of those affected by the crisis meet the required standards and provide adequate support to those in need, he added.
Furthermore, under the banner of their academic campaign titled “Eikhoi Lairik Ningthina Tamsi,” MSF intends to initiate an in-depth scrutiny of schools, colleges, and universities established throughout the state, he said adding that the ultimate goal of this campaign is to promote and transform the existing education system into a higher level of systematic education with a strong emphasis on morality.
He maintained that the MSF’s existing letterhead, receipt book and seal will also be replaced with immediate effect.
Stating that these announcements highlight the proactive stance of the 2023-25 Executive Council of MSF in addressing the ongoing challenges in Manipur and their dedication to fostering a more robust and ethical educational system in the state, he said the council’s actions are anticipated to have a far-reaching impact on the welfare and education of the people in Manipur.