ANSU has sought the state government to increase the intake capacity of the students in Govt Colleges
ITANAGAR: The All Nyishi Students’ Union (ANSU) has urged Education Minister Taba Tedir for earnest intervention to increase the intake capacity of students in various government colleges of the state.
ANSU also has submitted a letter to the Hon'ble Minister, wherein it was mentioned due to the low intake capacity of colleges, such as Dera Natung Government College, Itanagar, and Government College, Doimukh are facing massive issues to accommodate students seeking admission.
ANSU President Nabam Dodum has stated, "Pandemic ka waje se students abhi bahar toh parne nahi jasaktai, toh state government apna state ka intake capacity increase karna parega"
Dodum further went on to say the if the intake capacity of the students in Dera Natung Govt College is hundred, the number of students getting deprived are in thousands, the union urged the state government for early intervention to increase the intake capacity of these colleges as a special consideration in the time of the pandemic.
ANSU has expressed distress and grim despondency over the delayed responsiveness from the education Minister.
“All the points placed by us are for the betterment of the entire state. If implemented, it will benefit not only Nyishi-inhabited districts but the whole state. Many days have passed but till now we have not heard anything from the Education department or the minister himself regarding our demand. This is unfortunate,” said Dodum.
Some of the demands of the ANSU include correction of the word Nishi to Nyishi in class VIII’s social science text book; immediate cancellation of tender for procurement and supply of school uniform; recruitment of TGT/ PGT teachers against sanctioned vacant post; teacher welfare fund for every government school of Nyishi inhabitant areas to carry out co-curriculum activities; introduction of uniformity in school fees for various private schools of the state; proper land demarcation with land allotment and LPC for schools of Nyishi inhabited areas; special package for construction and upgrade of schools in seven districts of Nyishi inhabited areas and uniform architectural design for school infrastructure; regularisation of the 400 SSA teachers as per cabinet decision.
“the union will be left with no option but to use democratic means to press for its demands.” said the union if the government fails to adhere to the demand.
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