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ANCSU plea to CM on students’ plight

By EMN Updated: Aug 23, 2013 11:50 pm


[dropcap]T[/dropcap]HE All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) on Friday appealed the chief minister, Neiphiu Rio to address the failure of the government to disburse merit scholarship. In a representation, the ANCSU pointed out that the career of the students have been put into jeopardy by those in authority by declaring the results much behind the schedule and denying the students to study in good institution outside Nagaland.
It also said when the results were declared, there were full of errors in the marksheets and that many students had to run amok correcting the errors.
“It is also equally frustrating to point out that the arrears in the preview of the 6th Pay Commission which was supposed to take effect in 2010-2011 financial year is still pending and against which the researchers are also held at ransom,” the ANCSU said and appealed the chief minister to address the issue ‘as this directly interferes and affects students’ carreer’.
Further it said because of the non-disbursement of the merit scholarship till date, has made the students suffer whereas, infrastructures, luxurious cars and other projects are being implemented.
The representation by ANCSU president, Vilhousielie, maintained ‘Human resources as the greatest that can never be sabotaged’. Further, it said that it is the right of the students to ‘claim only what they actually deserved.
While making a fervent appeal to look into the situation of the student community, Vilhousielie also expressed confidence that the Chief Minister would take immediate necessary measures accordingly ‘to save the situation spiraling to other levels of democratic processes to seek our rights’.

By EMN Updated: Aug 23, 2013 11:50:27 pm