More than 10 students sustained injuries in a clash with police on Monday.
The resumption of agitations with a threat of boycotting academic activities have impacted the minds of the thousands of students, ATSUM said.
FEGOCTA said that the college teachers will not accept the COVID-19 pandemic excuses as it has been demanding 7th UGC and regulation, 2018 since pre-COVID-19 days of December 2018.
Manipur government college teachers continued their sit-in protest on Monday for the third time since January 29, as per the decision of FEGOCTA.
Further delay in implementation of the national policy of UGC will harm the students and higher education in Manipur, FEGOCTA said.
The FEGOCTA stated in the resolution that boycott of classes will resume any time if the government failed to issue an order on UGC 7th Pay and Regulation, 2018.
The Federation of Government College Teachers’ Associations (FEGOCTA) sought immediate intervention of Education Minister S Rajen to issue the Orders of 7th UGC Pay and Regulations, 2018.
The Federation of Government College Teachers’ Association Manipur made the announcement in view of the 6th semester exam scheduled to begin from September 18.
The decision to continue boycotting online classes and other academic activities is taken collectively by FEGOCTA, MGSF, MSSA and other employee associations of Manipur.