The Naga student bodies of Chandel under the aegis of Naga Students’ Union Chandel (NSUC) has expressed gratitude to the concerned authorities, especially Education Minister, Director of Education (S), Commissioner of Education and MLA of 41 AC-Chandel for their help and support with regards to the admission and transfer of displaced students owing to the current crisis.
A release by SK Joseph, president of NSUC stated that, on behalf of the displaced students and guardians, “my 9 (nine) units viz., Aimol, Anal, Chothe, Khoibu, Lamkang, Maring, Monsang, Moyon and Tarao student organizations would like to express a word of gratitude and appreciation to MLA 41 AC-Chandel, Ss. Olish for her support; Minister Education for resolving our demands; Director Education (S) for accepting our plea and Commissioner Education for granting our plea into action”.
The demands of the NSUC relate to admission and transfer of displaced (both Valley & Hills) students due to the present violence with respect to the Naga students belonging to Chandel & Tengnoupal.
Their demands also included the non-issuance of TC/NOC by previous schools based in valley and COHSEM/BOSEM; exemption of Transfer fees at schools and COHSEM & BOSEM; delimiting change of subjects due to non-availability at in Chandel & Tengnoupal; Non availability of desired subjects by displaced students from Valley to CDL & TPL and provision to engage Guest lecturers & teachers wherever subject teachers are not available.
The NSUC and its units also appreciated the education minister, director of education (S) and commissioner of education for their role in helping the displaced students of Manipur as a whole and not just the students of the hills.
Amidst the ongoing crisis, it is heartening to see the efforts put up by the concerned authorities to help the displaced students and make sure that they don’t miss out on their education, SK Joseph said of the leaders.