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DESAM demands CSOs, UG groups to stop disturbing educational atmosphere

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Imphal, July 5: Democratic Students’ Alliance of Manipur (DESAM) has observed ‘disturbance free education zone demand day’ today at different locations across the state.
The main observance was held at Thoubal College, Thoubal with Keisham Meghachandra Singh, Parliamentary Secretary; Moirangthem Angamba Meitei, President of DESAM Head Office; Mayengbam Manilal Singh, ZEO/DPO Zone III Thoubal; Ksh Shamu Singh, ZEO Kakching Block; Dr Kharibam Meinodas Singh, Associate Professor, Department of Zoology, Thoubal College and others as chief guest, president and guests of honour respectively.
Addressing at the gathering, Angamba said that the student body has been observing the disturbance free education zone demand day campaign since the year 2008. This year the day is being observed under the theme ‘stop politics in education’ across the state.
He also observed that the deteriorating situation of education system in the state is due to the meanness of civil society organizations and utilizing students as tool to achieve their demand. On top of it, monetary demand by armed outfits also largely affected to the effort of bringing quality education. While the government is playing politics out of the wrong doings of the CSOs and armed outfits. This led to failure of implementing education policy.
If all these unwanted interferences have been stopped, the education system in the state could be restoring and pave a way to bring quality education, Angamba said.
He also appealed the CSOs and underground groups not to disturb the educational atmosphere in the state and make possible effort to concentrate students in their study.
The observance was also marked at Multipurpose Hall of DM College here with I Joy, Secretary General of All Manipur Registered Private School Welfare Association; Salam Yaima Singh, Vice-Principal, DAV Public School, Sangakpam; Nameirakpam Edison Meitei, Secretary General, DESAM Head office, Professor, Ch Ibohal, Director of Center for Entrepreneurship and Skill Development, Manipur University and others as presidium members.

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L. B. Devi July 5, 2016 - 5:16 pm

Good initiative of DESAM for bringing back all Meitei students studied outside Manipur. I am really worried for children how to read And write our mother tongue. Let all Meitei younger generation be in Manipur and let them bring in the ethos and value of Meitei society.


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