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SSUM demands biometrics attendance system in all government schools

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Imphal, July 25: Socialist Students Union of Manipur (SSUM) has demanded Biometric Attendance System in all government school to check teachers’ attendance.
 In a press meet held today at Manipur Press Club today, Publicity secretary of the SSUM, Naorem Tanorajan said that by installing biometrics in all the government schools attendance of teachers as well as self substitution can be checked to ensure justice to the students.
The student body set August 10 as deadline for installation of the biometrics and warns serious agitation if fails.
Tanoranjan said that the student body had conducted inspection of various schools during the last couple of months and during the visit over 95% of the schools do not meet the status of a quality school.
“Lack of teachers, computer, library, Practical Laboratory and misused of government scheme etc. are the main problems being faced by the government schools”, Tanoranjan said.
He further added that most of the students of government schools come from poor family and these students are deprived of their right to education by such negligence.
He further appealed the state government to examine carefully on why the government school teacher sent their children to private school instead of sending them to government schools.

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