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NSF reminds units to check private schools

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By EMN Updated: Apr 16, 2014 10:47 pm
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DIMAPUR, APRIL 16

THE Naga Students’ Federation has reminded all its federating units to thoroughly check and verify private schools, particularly the lower sections in their respective districts, to make sure whether the schools are running with necessary permission from the School Education department and submit the report within this month as resolved in its 3rd Federal Assembly.“After the shocking discovery of Blooming Bud Montessori School, Dimapur which has upgraded the school till class X without the permission from the concern authority and because of which hundreds of students have been victimized, the NSF during the 3rd Federal Assembly held at Chandel has resolved to vigorously check and verify private schools, particularly the primary and upper-primary level schools in all the district headquarters, sub-division, towns and villages,” NSF general secretary Esther Rhakho and education secretary Bangdi Chawang said in release today .
While reminding all its federating units to discharge their assigned duties with sincerity and commitment, the NSF also appealed to all the school authorities, village councils and VECs to cooperate and extend support to the student leaders in their respective areas.
On learning that several primary and upper primary level schools, particularly in remote areas, are running without proper permission from the School Education department, the NSF said ultimately the students will face problem once they reach the board level.
Also, stating that though it is the duty and responsibility of the School Education department, the NSF, as the apex organization for the welfare of the students’ community, felt obligated to carry out this exercise so as to safeguard the educational careers of the students as well as to avoid recurrence of Blooming Bud Montessori School incident in Dimapur.

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By EMN Updated: Apr 16, 2014 10:47:26 pm