Students and teachers of Kiyamgei Ideal High School today staged protest rally against the demolition of Kiyamgei Primary Schools without giving prior information by three contractors today morning for construction of a new building. The aided high school which have around 400 students and produced around 30 students including 1st class in High School leaving certificate every year has been depending on the class rooms of the Primary School which is located in the same premises of the High school after renovation works has been taking place at school class room since the last couple of months.After the surprised demolition of the Primary School building there is no place left to conduct classes for the students of the Kiyamgei Ideal High School.Speaking to Imphal Times, Y Tombisana of the Kiyamgee Ideal High School said that the Kiyamgei Primary School was shifted to the campus of the Kiyamgei Ideal High School some years back in consultation with the School Management committee of both the schools, Head masters and the local club authorities after its building was collapsed. Earlier, the school was located at Kiyamgei Khagemba area.The Primary School has been upgraded to Upper Primary school in 2008 and later to Junior High School in 2012.Y. Tombisana said that before the renovation works of the class room of Kiyamgei Ideal High school started, agreement has been made with the head master of the Primary School to conduct the classed at their class room. No disturbances were caused as the Primary school conduct their classes in the morning while the high school classes would be conducting in the afternoon.Tombisana further said that demolition of the class rooms of the primary school when the final examination scheduled is getting nearer is an attempt to hamper the academic records of the school.She also denounced the silence of the local MLA Thamerjit even as the matter has been brought to his notice.During the protest staged today placards urging education minister for immediate intervention were displayed.
Students and staffs protest school demolition