NSF appeals to educational institutions, Govt

NSF appeals to educational institutions, Govt
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Dimapur, March 23: In compliance with the Government directive and its effort to restrict spread of corona virus, the NSF has closed down its office for general public from March 24 to April 12. However, the day-to-day functioning of the federation would remain unaffected.
In case of any grievances facing the students’ community and the general public, NSF officials will be available to assist and provide necessary assistance during this critical period.
Dievi Yano, Vice President (Convenor, Public Grievances Redressal Cell) – 7005191201
Kegwayhun Tep, Secretary Education (Co-Convenor, Public Grievances Redressal Cell) – 7005305832.
The NSF appealed to all the educational institutions including coaching institutions to strictly comply with the directive issued by the State Government. It said the federation will be maintaining strict watch over the matter and any institution putting the lives of the students in jeopardy due to non-compliance shall attract harsh penalty from the federation.
The NSF also appealed to the students’ community and the general public to exercise outmost restraint and adopt a responsible lifestyle in line with the various advisories issued by the authorities concerned.
Stating that the Naga students’ residing outside the state has been facing discriminations in various forms due to their physical appearances, the NSF said it is the very least disheartening to point out that the students had to be subjected to such humiliation besides the emotional trauma caused to them by Covid19 pandemic.
The NSF appealed to the Government of Nagaland to actively liaise with the central Government and their counterparts in other states in order to ensure the physical and emotional well being of the Naga students living outside the state.
It further appealed to the Government of Nagaland to provide all necessary assistance to the Naga students who has been arriving from other states and are stranded in various places due to the restrictions placed by the government on movement of public transports, after proper screening for Covid19 is carried out on them. (Page News Service)