Four major Catholic Schools in Imphal have agreed to enrol students in class 1, which has been closed due to misunderstanding with the Joint Students Co-ordination Committee (JSCC).
“Authority of the St. Joseph’s School (Sangaiprou), Little Flower School (Sangaiprou), Catholic School (Canchipur) and Nirmalabas (MG Avenue) have agreed to enrol students in class -1 and the selection will be on lottery system”, said Thiyam Naresh, member JSCC.
In a press conference held today at the office of Manipur Student’s Federation, Kwakeithel, Thiyam Naresh said that the authorities of the Catholic Educational Society Manipur (CESM) has agreed to enrol students in class -1 through lottery system during a meeting with the representatives of the JSCC on February 13, at St. Joseph’s School.
JSCC is the common platform of KSA, AMSU, MSF, AIMS and DESAM.
It has also been agreed that the CESM will have the right to conduct the mode of selection even though it has been conducted through lottery system. CESM will have the right for reservation in the admission for Catholic students, immediate neighbourhood students and School’s employees’ children, however, the committee will not entertain any requests or recommendations from any students’ organisation or any other organisations, Naresh said. The committee appealed all the above mentioned schools to complete the admission procedures as soon as possible.
Talking about the twelfth and tenth exam which starts from tomorrow and the day after respectively, Naresh said that JSCC has set up flying squad to check the conduct of the examinations. He appealed the security forces and the teachers at the examination centres to cooperate the students’ squads.