Wednesday, May 31, 2023

ARSU reiterates its demand to provide teachers

Akuluto Range Students’ Union (ARSU) has expressed disappointment over the Department of School Education (DoSE), Government of Nagaland’s failure to provide teaching staffs in the government schools under Akuluto sub-division.
A press release issued by ARSU president, L. Hotoyi Sumi and vice president, Tokheto Chophy stated that despite several appeals to the DoSE on several occasions on the issue, the DoSE had failed to comply with its demand and the government schools have been operating with shortage of teaching staff in almost all the schools.
Akuluto Range Students’ Union also expressed dismay to learn that the DoSE has transferred four teaching staff, two in GPS Alaphumi and two in GMS Lumami under Akuluto sub-division, without considering the shortage of teaching staff stating that it was a great loss for the students; community.
Akuluto Range Students’ Union has reiterated its appeal to DoSE, Government of Nagaland to look into the matter and act at the earliest, failing to comply with its demand, it warned that ARSU will be compelled to take further course of action.

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