Nagaland

NSF meets ANPSA to deliberate on issues confronting students and teachers

Naga Students' Federation had a joint meeting with All Nagaland Private Schools Association
(NSF & ANPSA officials poses for lens after the joint meeting)

Kohima, June 17 (NE): Naga Students’ Federation had a joint meeting with All Nagaland Private Schools Association on Monday, June 15, 2020 at Northfield School Kohima, to reason and come to a logical conclusion on various issues confronting the students and the teaching community at this time of pandemic crisis in the state.

In the meeting, the NSF officials requested the ANPSA officials to consider selective fee waiver for students whose parents falls within the lower strata of the economic set-up particularly the daily wage earners and employees of private establishments as their means of livelihood are deeply affected by the lockdown, said a press release by the NSF.

The ANPSA officials assured that they will consider the fee waiver on a case-to-case basis and encouraged the parents who are facing difficulties in clearing their ward’s school fees to come forward along with the students and avail the same.

The NSF officials also raising the issue of the teachers serving in private schools who are facing hardships due to non-payment of salaries by the school authorities, appealed the parents who can afford to pay the school fees to come forward and pay the fees on time inorder for the schools to carry forth its duty of imparting education in a judicious manner.

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