ANCSU reiterates demand for detachment of all attached teachers

ANCSU reiterates demand for  detachment of all attached teachers
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Dimapur, August 25: The All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) has reiterated its appeal and demand to the Government to detach all the teachers attached to VVIPs, VIPs, Directorate, DEOs, SDEOs and deputed to other missions as per the standing order dated 31st Oct. 2017.
In a press release, the ANCSU said it has the full list and reports of the attached, deputed teachers and those “self styled” teachers to VVIPs, VIPs, Directorate, DEOs, SDEOs and deputed to other missions, and warned that it would be compelled to expose the name of the teachers.
The union also demanded that those teachers unwilling to return to their respective institutions, their salaries should be withheld and necessary action taken thereafter.
On Kohima Science College land encroachment issue, ANCSU said the State Government has asked for 6 weeks to enable the Government to bring out report and take necessary action deemed fit. It appealed the district administration to properly survey the land, saying the union will not accept any manipulation in the land survey to ensure that not even an inch of college land is compromised.
The Government has also assured to set up a separate nodal cell for implementing all kind of scholarships and has asked for 3 months to bring out a report on all land encroachment/dispute issues belonging to government colleges/institutions. ANCSU said it is optimistic that the Government will in true spirit strictly abide by its assurance given.
Informing that it is keeping its agitation on abeyance until the expiry of the time given by the State Government for necessary actions and implementations, ANCSU appreciated the directive given by the Chief Minister’s Office to concerned district administrations and departments to submit reports on the issues within stipulated time as directed. The union said the college students will not remain silent on any failure on the part of the Government to address its genuine issues. (Page News Service)