Late text books from govt troubling students
Dimapur, January 23
A local organization, Sumi Aphuyemi Kiphimi Kuqhakulu (SAKK), has appealed to the government and the department in concern “to give more importance and seriousness for timely issuing of books and study materials.”
The organization issued a press release eon Friday expressing resentment that students are unable to cover the syllabus and go to examinations in time. The students are facing immense hardships due to delay issuance of books and study materials, the organization stated.
“The Sumi Aphuyemi Kiphimi Kuqhakulu (SAKK) appeals the government and the concern department to give more importance and seriousness for timely issuing of books and study materials for the academic session 2015,” the press release stated.
“Since every academic year especially those students who are studying in government school face untold hardship due to delay of disturbing the books and study materials which in turns hampers the smooth teaching system and unable to cover up the whole syllabus and timely conduct of examination, because the examination are conducted on quarterlybasis.”
The leaders of the organization has appealed to the education departments in concern to issue the books and materials at the earliest for the welfare of the students and smooth academic program.
The District Health Society, Longleng would like to request your esteemed daily to publish the under noted press release as news items for the interest and information of the general public.