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ANCSU “disowns” protesters against offline exams

Nagaland News

DIMAPUR, NOVEMBER 27: The All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) has “disowned” what it called the “improper gathering of students” protesting against off-line examination without the consent and approval of the Union, and urged college authorities and college units to restrain students from participating in such activities.


In a press release, ANCSU also appealed to students to take all precautionary measures and prepare for examination in the true spirit of a student.
“With changing time and circumstances the world today demands for smarter human minds, as students need to re-assess our strength, redefine our weakness and re-envision greater heights with sincerity”, it said.
ANCSU, however, condemned the high handedness of police personnel against the students in uniform and demanded appropriate authority to penalize those police personnel as per the law. It also appealed to all responsible citizens and netizens to refrain from “derision of mockery and cyber bullying” by circulating videos and photographs of the students protest, “as it defames students’ community which may even jeopardize their career”.
The Union also expressed concern over ‘no or less gaps’ between exam dates and appealed Nagaland University for revise the date-sheet and consider percentage of syllabus for the convenience and welfare of students without compromising the quality of education.


Stating that ANCSU legitimately represents the college students fraternity and is able to attend to grievances and any other matters relating to college students community, the Union said no individual or organization should mislead college students, which might otherwise jeopardize the merit conduct of examination. (Page News Service)

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