Dimapur, Oct.17 (EMN): A government high school at Sangkor village in Tuensang district doesn’t have an assistant headmaster or a science teacher, according to two student organisations that reportedly visited the school.
The unions explained in a press release to the media on Wednesday that the inspection was to “assess the quality of education.”
Members of the Sangphur Students’ Union (SSU) and Yakor Students’ Union (YSU) visited the government high school at Sangkor on October 15 and interacted with the school’s teaching faculty and students.
“During the inspection, various lapses were detected wherein it was found that the school is functioning without asst. headmaster since March, 2017 and no science teacher in elementary section since 2007,” the press release stated.
“In this regard, the joint students’ union appeals the concerned authority to take cognizance of the grievances of the students and deploy adequate subject teachers at the earliest.”
The union assured cooperation and support to the school, and urged the teachers to ‘perform their duty diligently and regularly.’
The union said to have donated some stationeries and wall frames to the school, it added.