NSF welcomes reforms by Nagaland School Education

Kohima: NSF affirms to continue to support and cooperate with govt in implementing all forward-thinking education reforms and initiatives

BY | Wednesday, 6 September, 2023
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The Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) has welcomed the reforms in school education in Nagaland as announced by Advisor Dr Kekhrielhoulie Yhome at the State Level Teachers’ Day program in Kohima on Tuesday. “The Federation recognizes the significance of these reforms and exudes confidence that it will usher in reshaping the landscape of education in our state and enhance the well-being of both our students and educators,” it stated.

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Through a press release, NSF also appreciated the advisor for his “bold leadership” in addressing the issue of proxy teachers and urged the State government to adopt zero tolerance against it.

“We urge upon the concerned department to implement stringent measures to identify and remove proxy teachers from all Educational institutions,” the students body stated. Further, it appealed for implement Bio-Metric System of attendance and its strict enforcement in all Government Schools across Nagaland in order to curb the menace of proxy teachers once and for all.

The federation said that it will continue its vigilance on teachers obtaining transfers to places of convenience though political connections, adding that such practices were causing “much hindrances and irreparable damage in the teaching-learning process.”

NSF also affirmed to continue “to extend our fullest support and cooperation to the Government of Nagaland in implementing all forward-thinking education reforms and initiatives” in its pursuit for a transparent, accountable, and student-centric education system.

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