The fate of the 2500 students who were alleged of depriving from appearing the class XII examination could not be certain as the school they had admitted turn out to be coaching centers and were not affiliated with the CBSE.
Replying to opposition MLAs during discussion on Public Interest moved by MLA Shyamkumar and MLA L Ibomcha, Education Minister M Okendro said that the issue arisen here is in no way related with the government of Manipur and this has been put to the notice only after the students came to the streets.
“ Form fill up for appearing of the CBSE examination has been closed in September 2014 and the government has not received any written complaint regarding the matter to any of the department authority”, Oken said. He further said that the 5 so called schools the students were promised to appear in the CBSE examination are not affiliated to CBSE and these school authorities guided the student to fill up form for appearing the examination in connivance with two CBSE schools – MM Higher Secondary School and Little Rose Higher Secondary School Canchipur.
Oken further said that government has instituted a committee to look into the matter and even though the 2500 students could not be saved all the school authority will be booked under the law of the country. .