ANSAM extends ‘best wishes’ to students appearing exams

Newmai News Network

Senapati | February 22

The All Naga Students’ Association, Manipur (ANSAM) has extended “best wishes” to all the students who will be appearing the upcoming examinations of High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC), 2024 and Higher Secondary Education (HSE), 2024 conducted by BOSEM, COHSEM and CBSE.

ANSAM said it “strongly advocates” for inclusive welfare, particularly in the education sector, ensuring equitable access throughout the state. It expressed gratitude to Chief Minister of Manipur N Biren Singh, Education Minister Th Basanta Singh and Education Department for “the pivotal role in orchestrating transformative measures within the educational landscape.” Notable initiatives such as the “School Fagathansi Mission” and the recently inaugurated “College Fagathansi Mission” stand as tangible testaments to these endeavors, ANSAM stated in a press statement.

It also appreciated the “departmental efforts” in addressing teaching faculty shortages, including the recent declaration of recruitment results of 164 Assistant Professors for Government colleges, aligning with the New Education Policy 2020. “As students are the future pillars of society, the need for a robust education system, including qualitative evaluation for fair competition is of paramount importance,” it reiterated. 

In light of prevailing challenges, particularly amid the ongoing turmoil, ANSAM fervently implored upon the state government to accord due cognizance to the forthcoming BOSEM, COHSEM and CBSE examinations. “We urge for meticulous arrangements and measures to ensure the seamless and efficacious conduct of these examinations,” it stated while pledging unwavering support, “affirming our steadfast commitment to the noble cause of fostering a robust educational milieu.”

The ANSAM also reiterated its commitment to collaborative efforts with concerned bodies of the education sector to enhance the educational infrastructure and quality education in Manipur for “better tomorrow, while also advocating for peace and harmony within the state.”