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Govt. Model School Students stage protest in front of school

Students of Keishamthong High School (Govt. Model School) today cancelled their classes and stage protest demonstration in front of their school against government inaction towards the dilapidated conditions of the school.
“Two hours rain flooded the school entrance which is also a stretch of MI Road and we have to take out our shoes to cross it”, said a student while talking to reporters.
The students came out of the school cancelling their classes after 4th period at around 1.30 pm today to express their displeasure over the attitude of the concern government departments.
“Sometimes the splash of water from passing vehicles wet our uniform”, another student said. 
The bitter truth is that the drainage system constructed at the side of the road has been in the condition since its construction and no government authorities including the Public Works Department and MAHUD had ever taken up any initiative to look into the matter though everyone knows the portion is just in front of the Govt. Model School besides being a state high way.

On the other hand the students said that despite the fact that Keishamthong Model School is one among the aspirant govt. project to boost the education system in the state, the school is now left without a Head Master since January this year.
The previous head master of the school N Kananbala retired on January 31 and since then govt. had not sent any person to replace him.
When asked about it to the school teachers, they said the matter has been put to the notice of the school education department in written.
“We the teachers of the school had submitted a memorandum to send somebody to field the post of Head Master to the Director of education on January 19 as the previous head master was to retire on January 31”, said a teacher. However, till today no person has been sent, he added.
On the other hand, the toilet of the school was reportedly damage during the January 4 earthquake but it is not repaired till today despite the fact that it has been reported time and again.

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Teachers’ quarter inaugurated at Thamlai

Under District Council Administration, Excutive Member of ADC,Chandel,Pu Ch. Meshil (Ranjit) inaugurated Barrack type teachers’ quarters of Thamlai Primary School at Thamlai village under Machi Block in Chandel District today.
Speaking to media persons Meshil said that the barrack type teachers’ quarters have been constructed under SPA, 2014-15,estimated cost about 40 Lakhs.

M. Morungson Maring, Member ADC, Chandel, P. Morung, AI of ADC, Chandel, T. Meshun,Thamlai Village Chief , Teachers and Students attended the inauguration function.

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Medical Camp

17 Assam Rifles of 10 Sector Assam Rifles under the aegis of HQ IGAR (South) conducted a free medical camp at Makan village in Ukhrul district of Manipur state under “Operation Sadbhavana” programme for the FY 2015-16 on 28 March 2016. The medical team of the unit provided medical aid to 110 villagers including men, women and children and distributed free medicines to the locals. The main objective of organising the medical camp was to reach out to the poor and needy people residing in remote areas of Ukhrul district bordering Myanmar. The locals lauded the efforts of Assam Rifles and expressed their gratitude for this noble gesture.

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Cook house for school constructed under Op Sadbhavana Prog. Inuagurated

A cook house for Paubitek Govt. Primary School, constructed by 12 BIHAR of 9 Sector Assam Rifles under the aegis of HQ IGAR (South) Op Sadbhavana programme was inaugurated yesterday in a simple function.
The project was inaugurated by Officer Commanding and officials of 12 BIHAR wherein the newly constructed cookhouse was handed over to the Principal of Paubitek Govt Primary School. The project aims at providing adequate and hygienic space for cooking and distribution of mid-day meals to students of the school.  On the occasion, Principal of the school and important personalities of village expressed their gratitude to the Army/Assam Rifles for their assistance to the school.  While interacting with the villagers, Officer Commanding of Mayang Imphal post urged them to derive maximum benefits from the assistance and facilities being provided by Army/Assam Rifles which remain committed to the safety and development of the people of Manipur. 

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