All Nagaland College Students’ Union threatens to launch ‘intensified digital protest’
Dimapur, Oct. 26 (EMN): The All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) has reminded the state government and the Higher Education department about its representation submitted on October 3 and threatened to launch an “intensified digital protest” if the issues it had raised are not addressed within the 30-day deadline.
The issues raised by the ANCSU are: ‘construction of boundary fence and re-allocation of land at Kohima Science College (Autonomous) Jotsoma; Scholarship Nodal Cell; and shortage of teachers under Higher Education (department), contractual teachers and salary’.
The student body, in a press statement, warned that it will hold all the officers under the Higher Education department and the concern departments implementing scholarship scheme accountable for any eventuality if it fails to address these issues within the stipulated time, i.e. on or before November 3.
‘Despite repeated representation to the department and even after ascertaining the genuineness of these issues, the department is yet to deliver any concrete solution to the issues, for which a representation was submitted to the state chief secretary,’ read the press statement.
The union stated that it will not shy away from exposing the officers who are not upholding the aspiration of the college student fraternity and launch an “intensified digital protest”.
It went on to inform its members to be prepared for any call, saying that it ‘cannot allow any hindrance in delivering justice to the student community’.