Imphal, Aug 30: In view of the rampant practice of unreasonable & unacceptable conditions applied by unfair lots in the name of running private hostels & tuitions for the students, the NSCN IM had laid down certain dos & don’ts for responsible teachers. A press statement, the outfit said that many hostels that are supposed to provide basic necessities to the students do not meet the required room space, some of which are overcrowded and lack required numbers of bathrooms/toilets negating basic hygienic principles & electrical lightings. There are hostels without warden, proper rules & regulations & administration which ought to be checked to avoid any liable consequences, and teachers in many cases charges exorbitant fees of Rs. 3000/- to 4000/- for private tuitions rendering students from poor families helpless, while getting only 2 to 3 classes in a week, it added. With this business like practice & daylight robbery in the eyes of the people, the fate of students hangs in uncertainty & despair . So, the Secretary , Ministry of Kilo Affairs, lays strict caution to right the wrongs in the greater interest of all, particularly the students. The NSCN IM instructed to all hostel meant for the students should provide basic necessities for the overall development of the students. The hostels should be isolated from crowded areas to avoid unwanted disturbances. Students are the builders of the Naga nation. Teachers educate the students, and are paid salary accordingly . However , it should not burden aspiring students who are unable to take tuition. Therefore, to relieve the distress of the students, the teachers may charge a maximum of Rs. 500/- (Five hundred) per subject while taking tuition from classroom, and Rs. 800/- (Eight hundred) per subject for home tuition. Anyone found violating this instruction shall be viewed seriously , it stated.
NSCN-IM warns hostel runners, impose dos and dont’s