Guardian’s Association for Victimised Students of CBSE, 2015 and various other organisations resorted to urge the concerned authority to let the thousand students whose admit cards were denied by CBSE, appear in CBSE exam this year and if failed to do so the bodies threatened to take legal action. This was stated in a press conference after a meeting was held today at Ima Ibema Khunthokhanbi.
Lead Coordinator, Reach Out, Civil Society, Kshetrimayum Onil said that there are 1500 students who were not allowed to appear CBSE exam this year. He blamed the institutes are responsible for ruining faith of the thousand students. He added that Imphal West Police denied to file an FIR to arrest the principles of the involved institutes but a complaint was later registered to the DGP, Manipur on March 03. The institutes involved in the fraudulent crime are Aakash Institute of Science and Arts, Kwakeithel, Aakash Hisgher Secondary School, Ghari, Ram Krishna School, Ghari, MM Higher Secondary School, Little Rose, Kanchipur and CIS, Keishamthong.
Onil further said that the Cabinet must take the responsibility and let the students appear exam this year, the Principles of the institutes, culprits must be arrested and take legal action against them, and all the unauthorised institutes should be abolished completely from the state. And if the concerned authority fails to take any action against the matter, Onil said that legal help will be taken with the help of all the human rights activists in the state.