ANCSU conducts education tour, visits colleges

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Dimapur, March 24: The All Nagaland College Students Union (ANCSU) underwent its third phase of education tour and visited Peren Government College, Mt. Tiyi College Wokha, Bailey Baptist College Wokha and Kohima Science College, Jotsoma.
The ANCSU visited Peren Government College on March 14 and interacted with the students on various issues concerning the colleges students. During the interaction, the union was apprised of the New Peren Government college Campus which was yet to be completed even after almost a decade. The union paid a visit to the new campus and observed that the construction has been left unattended for several years although works were going on of late.
The union appealed to the Minister of Higher & Technical education to take the matter on priority and make the new campus functionable for the college as early as possible.
On March 19, the union visited Bailey Baptist College and held rounds of talks with the students, faculty and the administrators. Although, the college is run by church council, the union encouraged the college to invest more and appreciated the service given towards the students community by the church.
Emphasizing on the NAAC assessment which has now become mandatory for every college to be assessed by 2022, the union appealed the college to prepare itself with all the required facilities and undergo NAAC assessment since many students from that locality are benefitted by the said college.
The ANCSU visited Mt.Tiyi College Wokha on March 20 and could identify various problems being faced by the college. The students expressed the need and importance of various subjects to be introduced in the college in respect to the subjects being offered in the higher secondary of their district.
On March 22, ANCSU visited Kohima Science College, Autonomous Jotsoma and interacted with the students. The students questioned the sincerity of the state government towards the settlement of Kohima Science college land issue.
The ANCSU through the touring of the colleges once again appealed to the state government to take positive and effective steps in bringing about a settlement to the land issue or the students may be compelled to go beyond any action in delivering justice to the demand of the students community.
The ANCSU while touring the colleges could identify that every college was facing shortage of lecturers and to which the union appealed to the state government to implement the rationalization report in spirit by immediately sending those sanctioned posts to Nagaland Public Service Commission for recruitment.
(Page News Service)