The students have not received their scholarships for three consecutive sessions of 2018-2019, 2019-2020 and 2020-2021, AMSU general secretary Thongam Bikramjit said.
Maharaja Bodhachandra College Students’ Union stated that the scholarships have never been given on time to the OBC and ST students.
All Manipur Students Union president Haobijam Chalamba said the limit to bear the irresponsible nature of the state government has crossed.
To extend support to students who wish to get admission outside the state, a campaign called ‘Punsilasi Akhoi’ will be launched soon, AMSU said.
The student’s body submitted a memorandum to Chief Minister N Biren for his immediate intervention.
AMSU is not only the oldest student body in the state but has been spearheading several movements as well as taking a major part in the efforts to bring quality education, CADA said, condemning the bomb attack.
Expressing solidarity with AMSU, NESO strongly condemned the June 8 bomb attack and demanded action against it.
Athouba Laishram and Salam Open were elected as vice presidents while Thongam Bikramjit took charge as secretary general.
Six student organisations demand implementation of ‘COVID-19 counter measure policies of the state’
The AMSU said it cannot be held responsible for any unwanted fallout as a result of the defiance to its stance.
The resolution was taken at a discourse on ‘Imposition of School Monthly Fees by Government During Lockdown’ held in Imphal on Saturday by the AMSU and AMSGO
The discourse will be held at the premises of AMSU headquarters located at the campus of DM University, Imphal.
The All Manipur Students' Union cautioned that if the report is not kept in public domain within one week, it will take up legitimate action in the public interest.
AMSU vice president L Thoiba Meitei said it is very unfortunate that some businessmen are bringing banned items instead of bringing essential items during the COVID 19 pandemic.