KSA highlights Mayang Imphal school authority’s negligence

IMPHAL, July 4: Volunteers of the Kangleipak Students Association (KSA) found 13 computer monitors and 12 computer CPUs missing which was utilized wrongly by the school authorities of N Tomcha Higher Secondary, Mayang Imphal though the items were sanctioned by the state government claimed Bidyananda Sukham, KSA, secretary academic during a press meet at its office today.

He added that the school has presently 39 teachers and 12 contract teachers but the students are not getting their education properly as most teachers are irregular in their attendance, he said.

He alleged that the funds which was sanctioned from the government through various schemes to the school were found being misused and some of the school properties missing

The school had enough class rooms but there is negligence on the part of the school authority to maintain the classrooms and most of the rooms cannot be used with only six being in use for Class XI and XII, he maintained.

The school computer room has remained closed and the students could not attend their computer class practical, he alleged and further added the school library was also lacking in books.

He further appealed to the state government concerned authorities to look into maintenance of the government schools.

To solve the problem of admission rush in the elite government schools such as Tamphasana Higher Secondary School, Churachand Higher Secondary School and the Johnstone Higher Secondary School, the government has to improve the infrastructure and faculties to impart better education in all government schools and bring equality education in both government schools in Imphal and outskirt areas, he concluded.  

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