No admission for non-residents of Chandel district in JNV Chandel: NSUC

Authorities of JNV Chandel have been lauded by KSO Chandel for specifically following the NVS admission guidelines and procedures in the admission process.

ByIFP Bureau

Updated 19 Aug 2022, 5:24 pm

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The Naga Students’ Union Chandel (NSUC) on Friday reaffirmed its stand not to allow any non-residents of the Chandel district for admission to JNV Chandel, while authorities of JNV Chandel has been lauded by KSO Chandel for specifically following the NVS admission guidelines or procedures in the admission process.

Concerned individuals and associations should immediately cease hampering the smooth functioning of the school atmosphere, the NSUC warned in a release.

The NSUC stated that Chandel district has been reeling under various setbacks in the fields of development, infrastructures and many more, which started seeing improvements at a very slow pace.

Education has been an area where the populace hungers for improvement as there are only few institutes that provide these mammoth tasks till date, it pointed out.

Apart from this few institutes, JNV Chandel stands the only central institute that serves the whole purpose of the needy and downtrodden, it stated.


“Since its inception in the year 1998, the school data tells a different tale, as it does not meet the purpose to serve the needy of the district,” it mentioned.

It also stated that Chandel is declared an “Aspirational District” in the country with a reason, to uplift the district and eventually the people residing in it and not the people from another district to be precise.

The NSUC does not wish to see few identified individuals and associations in the periphery of the JNV, Chandel as it will invite unnecessary reaction, it added.

The student body also cautioned the concerned authorities not to deviate from the directives of the competent authorities which are accepted for the welfare of the district.

KSO Chandel lauds JNV Chandel authority

Meanwhile, the Kuki Students' Organization (KSO) Chandel district on Friday appreciated the authorities of JNV Chandel for specifically following the NVS admission guidelines/procedures in the admission process. And, assured of its assistance for the smooth functioning of the school.


As per KSO Chandel’s department of information, there are two important guidelines or procedures in the admission process. First, a candidate applying for JNVST should hail from the district where the JNV is located, it stated. Second, the candidate should be studying in class V in a government aided or recognised school in that district, it added.

It recalled that there have been complaints and doubts by the parents, regarding the admission process of JNV Chandel, wherein many students from Chandel and Tengnoupal districts were reportedly deprived of their admissions as the seats are being allocated to students from outside the districts “on the basis of false certificates submitted by the parents” which hamper the admission of genuine candidates.

To thwart the bogus selection and considering the two important guidelines as the first paramount consideration in the admission process, KSO, Chandel acknowledges and appraised the efforts of DC Chandel, chairman of VMC JNV Chandel, ZEO Chandel, and principal JNV Chandel for ensuring that stringent procedures are followed, it added.

The student body further appealed and urged all parents of students from outside the districts to restrain from indulging in diluting the admission process of JNV Chandel and accept the steps taken by the authority regarding the matter while reiterating that JNV has been established in every district meant for bonafide students of the district concerned.

(With inputs from IFP Correspondent, Kangpokpi)


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