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‘State government has no decision to convert aided Institutions into full-fledged’

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By: Letmang Haokip      
Chandel, March 18:  The state government has no decision for conversion of Government aided Institutions into full-fledged as of now but will take up faculties support for aided college before the end of the next financial year.
This was stated by the State’s Education Minister, M. Okendro at the inaugural function of the newly constructed Indoor stadium building of South East Manipur College (SEMCO) at Komlathabi Village in Chandel District on Tuesday.
Speaking as the Chief Guest, M. Okendro,  Minister (Education, CAF & PD) said that at present the state government has no decision for conversion of Government aided college into full-fledged. But in view of huge salary difference between the faculties of government and government Aided Colleges, State Government will take up faculty support for aided colleges before the end of the next financial year, he added.
While appealing all for bringing quality education in the state, the Minister also maintained that it is a time for the teachers to work whole heartedly in fulfilling the objective of making the state, an educational advanced and developed state.
D. Korungthang, MLA Tengnoupal A/C and P. Vaiphei, Commissioner of Higher and Technical Education also graced as the Functional President and Guest of Honour of the inaugural function of the Indoor Stadium which was constructed at the estimated cost of Rupees 70 Lakhs under XI Plan of University Grant Commission (UGC).
During the function, Co-ordinating Committee of the College’s Teachers Association and Non Teaching Staff Association also submitted a memorandum for conversion of the college into fullfledged government’s college to the Education Minister.
Roel Jindasing Moyon, Chairman governing body of SEMCO; Ng. Koshing, Secretary Governing body of SEMCO and Ksh. Robert, Deputy Commissioner Chandel also attended the inaugural function among others.

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