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WhatsApp communication is not a way to solve the Issue- Dr. Chandrakumar

Laishram Ranbir

Imphal, June 29,


The prevailing crisis at Manipur University now started giving severe impact to the academic atmosphere of the various colleges in that state which are affiliated to the Manipur University.

It’s almost a month that academic related affairs of the Manipur University remain defunct as students’ body, teachers’ community and none teaching staffs of the University are on agitation demanding   removal of the Vice Chancellor (VC) Professor Adiya Prasad Pandey after failure to clarify the series of allegations about his irregularities.

Associate Professor of DM University, Dr. R.K. Chandrakumar Singh expressed surprise over the announcement of a massage sent by Union HRD Minister to Chief Minister N Biren Singh through social media “WhatsApp” which stated that investigation on the current situation at MU against VC will be carried out as soon as possible.

Being a Chief Minister of a state, the current issue of MU should have been brought through proper channel and discuss to sort out the differences at the earliest by sending an official letter to the concern but it’s a matter of shame that a Chief Minister of a state trying to solve a problems through social media as it will not bring any amicable solution, Chandrakumar added.

“This is the first time in the history of Manipur University that students, teachers and non-teaching staffs jointly uproar demanding removal of VC, MU even though there were some same cases in the past,’ he said.

“There must be some reasons behind the protest, so, the  government should take up proper initiative to short out the matter as soon as possible”, , Dr. Rk. Chandrakumar Singh.

Talking to Imphal Times, the Associate Professor, stated that since the agitation to remove VC of MU took place, academic atmosphere for almost all the colleges affiliated to MU has been affected badly.

Although the theory examination for 2nd, 4th and 6th semesters of DM University were able to completes, practical examination for 4th semester students remains on hold and uncertain due to the ongoing MU issue.

Many of the universities of outside states have already completed their academic semester examination, current prevailing issue of MU has completely affecting the academic carriers of most of the students of DM University and students of other colleges in the state who wants to pursue further studies could not collect their required mark sheets, certificates and documents for the for the students who have completed their respected semester, he added,

Chandrakumar also said that MU being a Central University, any rising situation affecting the university atmosphere should be taken care by the Centre and the university being in Manipur State, State Government has a big role to solve any problems or issue at the earliest or report to the centre before the situation went out of hands.

Concern authorities and state government are ought to solve the present scenario of MU before the academic carrier of the students are badly affected, else a worst situation may rise in the state especially in the academic atmosphere, he added.

One of the students of DM University named Thongam Tamphasana studying B. Sc. 4th semester stated that most of the students are facing huge pressure in their academic atmosphere, their mark sheets and documents cannot be availed to go for honours subjects of their choice for further studies due to the current issue at MU.

Even their practical examinations remain uncertain, Tamphasana added.

Before their academic carrier comes into uncertain condition, Tamphasana, on behalf of all the students appeals the state government and all concerns to sort out the issues at the earliest so that their academic session can be regularized without any interference.

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