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Stop demanding donations, admission quota from private schools: Committee

A Coordinating Committee demanded the state government full-fledged infrastructure of the government's schools and colleges, filling up the post of the vacant teachers to improve the quality of education and increase the education budget.

ByIFP Bureau

Updated 5 Jul 2022, 3:11 pm

Discourse held at JN Manipur Dance Academy in Imphal West, Manipur on July 5, 2022(Photo: IFP)
Discourse held at JN Manipur Dance Academy in Imphal West, Manipur on July 5, 2022(Photo: IFP)

A one-day discourse on Disturbance-Free Education Zone has urged the concerned groups to stop demanding huge monetary donations and admission quotas from private schools across the state.

The discourse was held on Tuesday at JN Manipur Dance Academy in Imphal West. It was organised by the Co-ordinating Committee on Disturbance Free Educational Zone Demand as an observance of 15th Disturbance Free Educational Zone Demand Day, 2022.

The coordinating committee consists of AMCTA, AMESTA, AMSGO, AMSSTA, AMRPSWA, AMTEI, ATSUM, AIMS, CASA, CESM, COTA, MGHSLWA, PSDC, UARSOM and DESAM.

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The resolution also includes demanding full-fledged infrastructure of the government's schools and colleges, filling up the post of the vacant teachers to improve the quality of education and increase the education budget.

It further resolved to take a common stand to impose quality education and also to strengthen the movement for a disturbance free education zone.

Speaking to the media on the sideline of the programme, chairman of the coordinating committee and president of AMCTAM, Lokendro Singh, informed that since June 15 various awareness programmes have been conducted in different institutes for making a disturbance free education zone.

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He also stressed the need to make the education department transparent in every aspect as education is the key to a better society.

Pointing out that the academic atmosphere is vastly affected by the frequent bandh and strike, he appealed to all the teachers to never skip their duties while demanding their rights.

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First published:5 Jul 2022, 2:55 pm

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DESAMATSUMAMCTAAIMSCOTAAMSGOMGHSLWAUARSOMAMTEICESMAMSSTAPSDCDisturbance-Free Education ZoneCASAAMESTAAMRPSWA

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IMPHAL, Manipur

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