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ENCSU demands release of MBBS students’ college fee

By EMN Updated: Sep 08, 2017 11:09 pm

Dimapur, Sep. 8 (EMN): The Eastern Nagaland College Students’ Union (ENCSU) has once again urged the Technical Education department and the State government to immediately release the college/tuition fee of the three MBBS students who were sent under their due share last year.
In a press release ENCSU president M Longre Chang and general secretary Wangnei Konyak, asked the department and the government to uphold the October 27, 2016 agreement between the ENCSU and the government which was signed in the presence of ENPO, ENSF, ENLU and six federating units of ENSF representatives in spirit and letter.
“The ENCSU is irked by the attitude of the Department in handling the matter. It is to be mentioned that the government had agreed to fully sponsor the 3 students for 5-years to undergo undergraduate MBBS course after the Department manipulated the last year’s NSEE result which was admitted by the Department official during the meeting at CMO under the chairmanship of Chief Minister TR Zeliang on the above mentioned date,” the press release stated.
ENCSU stated that despite of many appeals made in the form of representation and verbally to release and pay the fee, “the department seems to be in wild dream when our students are mentally tortured and their career is at stake because of non-payment of the fee till date.”
Therefore, the ENCSU said the union would like to make it clear that if any adverse arises to victimize the students than the union shall not bear any responsible but the department and the government will be solely responsible.

By EMN Updated: Sep 08, 2017 11:09:24 pm