ENSF supports efforts to root out proxies
Dimapur, Feb. 18 (EMN): The Eastern Naga Students’ Federation (ENSF) has appreciated the directorate of School Education (DoSE) for its move to ‘detect’ proxy teachers in the districts.
The ENSF issued a press release on Tuesday.
‘The ENSF while appreciating the bold directives issued by the directorate of School Education on detecting proxy teachers in every district and to immediately report at their respective place of posting by providing physical evidences on their duty,’ it stated. The federation has appealed to the department to implement that order in letter and in spirit “without undue influences.” The group has assured “full cooperation in implementing.”
‘Whereas the government has clearly stated that it is unbecoming of a government servants and violation of Rule 4 of the Nagaland Government Servant Conduct Rules of 1968,’ the press release stated. The federation has urged the department to uphold the rules without favouritism or nepotism.
The ENSF also urged the Higher Education department to ‘immediately detach those assistant professors who are also attached, since many of the colleges in eastern Nagaland are without adequate subject lecturers and assistant professors.’
The ENSF also took strong view of the transfer policy ‘from eastern Nagaland to other districts without considering the student’s future in mid academic session.’ The federation assured the student’s community that the ENSF will not compromise with ‘any tactical play by the government or non-governmental agencies.’
The ENSF also appealed to medical workers and staff to be present at their respective district hospital, or health centers. ‘The federation also further asked that all the doctors should make themselves easily accessible for the patients,’ the press release added.