DIMAPUR, JULY 9: The Northern Angami Students Union (NASU) has reiterated its demand to the State Government to pass an order directing all unaided recognized private institutions to waive off certain percent of tuition fees for “unutilized facilities” until formal or physical classes commence.
Requesting the Government to expedite its charter of demands submitted on June 21 last, the regretted that there has been no response from the Government to its demands so far.
Other demands of the Union includes institutions/school management not to debar students from attending exams, online classes on account of non-payment of fees/arrears/outstanding fees; institutions/school management not to withhold results of examination of any students an account of non-payment of fees/arrears/outstanding fees and institutions/school management to consider requests made by parents finding difficult to remit annual fees due to financial/economic hardships caused by lockdown.
Reiterating its stand to leave no stones unturned in serving the student community, the Union reminded the Government that it is ready to move forward with any legal/appropriate course of action if their demands are not met.
Also acknowledging the various contributions provided by NSF towards the student community, the Union thanked the federation for accepting NASU’s request and for standing in solidarity with its cause. (Page News Service)