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AMGSU Appeals Govt to Improve Conditions of Schools in Irang Part II

Last Updated on April 19, 2023 by SPN Editor

Imphal (SPN) | The All Manipur Gorkha Students’ Union (AMGSU) has raised concerns about the deteriorating condition of government and aided Schools in Irang Part II.

During an inspection drive carried out by the union, it was found that most of the schools in Irang Part II are in a pitiable condition, facing a shortage of teachers and lack of proper infrastructure.

The student body has urged the state government to take immediate action to provide adequate infrastructure to these schools. The shortage of teachers and lack of proper facilities have been violating the well-being of students.

Among the schools, UJB English School Thulochour is in a deplorable state and may soon become unfit to conduct classes if not renovated at the earliest.

During today’s inspection drive, a team of AMGSU Irang Part-II Unit visited ten government and aided schools. The team was led by its Vice President Kamal Karki and Narayan Adhikari, General Secretary.

The schools visited by the student body are Irang Part-II High School Panikheti, Rijaltahar Primary School, Timsina Aided Govt Primary School, Thaldara Aided LP School, Junior English School Makui Ashang, UJB School Naibet, UJB English School Thulochour, Singarupa Govt Aided Junior High School, Gorkha Tapon English School, and Govt Primary School Harup Khopi.

The AMGSU Irang Part-II Unit has appealed to the state government to address the issues faced by these schools and provide adequate infrastructure at the earliest.

The union has highlighted the urgent need for the renovation of schools like UJB English School Thulochour, which is in a deplorable state. The poor condition of schools not only affects the quality of education but also jeopardizes the safety of students.

The shortage of teachers and lack of proper infrastructure have been major issues faced by these schools. The dilapidated condition of school buildings, lack of clean water and sanitation facilities, and inadequate classrooms have been affecting the quality of education.

The AMGSU Irang Part-II Unit has urged the state government to take urgent action to address these issues and provide adequate infrastructure and staffing to these schools.

The AMGSU Irang Part-II Unit has been working tirelessly to improve the quality of education in the area. The union has been organizing various programs to promote education and awareness among students and parents.

The inspection drive carried out by the union is a part of its efforts to ensure that schools in the area are providing quality education to students.