Launched on December 3, 1990. Nagaland Post is the first and highest circulated newspaper of Nagaland state. Nagaland Post is also the first newspaper in Nagaland to be published in multi-colour.
Educational institutions organise activities for teachers, students
With an objective to equip teachers and students, departments, educational institutions, and organisations have been organising various programmes and trainings.SCC: An inter-departmental seminar was conducted by the Research Committee of Sao Chang College (SCC) on April 1 at the...
Teachers on hunger strike in Tripura
Hundreds of teachers, who lost jobs after the Tripura high court deemed their appointments illegal in 2014, have been staging a hunger strike here over the past seven days, demanding their reinstatement.The protesters claimed that Chief Minister Manik Saha,...
Teachers’ recruitment scam: Police forcefully remove protesters agitating outside WBBPE office
In a midnight development, a huge police contingent forcefully removed the protesters agitating in front of the West Bengal Board of Primary Education (WBBPE) office here against the alleged irregularities in the recruitment of primary teachers in the state. Tension...
All Nagaland Government Primary Teachers’ Association urges DoSE to uphold School Education Service Rules
All Nagaland Government Primary Teachers’ Association (ANGPTA) has called on Department of School Education (DoSE) to uphold The Nagaland School Education Service Rules, 2017 at all cost and protect these rules from anyone trampling upon them.In a representation to...
Government failed to follow High Court directive: Nagaland RMSA Teachers Association-2016
Nagaland RMSA Teachers Association (NRMSATA), 2016 batch has said that the state government has so far failed to comply with the March 16, 2022 High Court directive, which ordered the government to implement pay scale for the underpaid RMSA...
900 teachers have joined Ukrainian Armed Forces: Education Minister
Kiev: Ukrainian Education Minister Serhiy Shkarlet said that some 900 teachers have joined the country's armed forces so far since the beginning of Russia's invasion of Kiev. Speaking to local media on Monday, Shkarlet said that among the 900, 513...
‘Anaemia Mukt Bharat’ training for Accredited Social Health Activists, teachers in Wokha
One day “Anaemia Mukt Bharat” orientation training for Accredited Social Health Activists (ASHA) and government teachers of Wokha district was organised by the department of Health and Family Welfare (H&FW) Wokha on June 17 at Likya Community Hall, Wokha.A...
Shamator Village Students’ Union (SVSU) asks DoSE to deploy teachers at GMS
Shamator Village Students’ Union (SVSU) on May 13, visited educational institutions at Shamator to address grievances of teachers and students.In a press release, SVSU president Yanrükiu S Tikhir and joint secretary K. Khupanthong stated that during the visit, SVSU...
ANSTA urges Govt to release teachers’ pending salaries
All Nagaland School Teachers’ Association (ANSTA) has urged upon the State government to immediately release all pending salaries and further warned that it would be compelled to resort to “democratic means for attaining justice” if its demand was...
ZRSU demands a stop to ‘attachment’ of teachers
Zunheboto Range Students’ Union (ZRSU) has demanded a stop to the unethical culture of “attachment” of some teachers with legislators, bureaucrats, officers and in some offices, which degraded the morale of other earnest and dedicated teachers.Appealing to the State...
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