Imphal, 31 Dec
Democratic Students Alliance of Manipur (DESAM) is all set to launch a mass campaign for mass reformation with primary focus in Education Sector in the state from next year.
President of DESAM Salam Akash in a meeting with the media persons at its temporary head Quarter at Sagolband Meino Leirak in connection with its annual Program “ Meet the Media Fraternity” announced that the mass campaign will be launched next year, i.e. 2019.
Akash give a dig on the present education system and its curriculum by questioning the contents of histories and other elements of the indigenous culture and people in the syllabus of the students.
DESAM appealed social organizations, and media fraternities to help in the campaign of reviving the government schools and in reviving the model schools which will improve the economy of various families. He added that DESAM will continue to support the demand of Pre-merger political status, the campaign of Schedule Tribe Demand committee and any issues relating to the development including self determination of the people of the state.
“Media and civil societies has a big role to play in bringing harmony of our deeply conflict rooted society and there is a need to cleanse such conflict”, a ANSAM leader who also took part in the gathering said..
Ex President of DESAM, Angamba says that the program ‘Meet the Media fraternity’ has been doing since the inception of DESAM. He added that the media has been playing a huge role in changing the socio political economy of the state and they also recognize the contribution of the media in such a conflict ridden states of state and non state actors. Finally he thanked the media fraternity for the covering many activities in their campaign for quality education of the state.
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