AMSU inspected lone govt school of Mengio
MENGIO || March 27: All Mengio Students’ Union (AMSU) thoroughly inspected the lone Government secondary school of the AMSU jurisdiction that is GSS Sakiang, union visited based on the recent viral video which showed the dilapidated condition of the school. Under the guidance and able leadership of the President AMSU, visited Sakiang school to know the ground reality.
Mr Kholie Tai, President AMSU stressed on the present dilapidated and tumbledown of school infrastructure which are in a scary condition. No maintenance of infrastructure is maintained, views of like broken tables and chairs, no boundary wall, faulty roofs, etc. are everywhere. Such an environment is hazardous and will hemper to the students during academic sessions. He will discuss the matter with concerned authorities at a higher level for the speedy renovation of the school infrastructure before the new academic session, he stated.
Nabam Tagar, Gen, Secretary AMSU also spoke on the condition of the school. He is also an Alumni of the said school. Secondary school sakiang was established in 1975 since then no proper infrastructure, boundary wall and basic facilities are available. It is the negligence of the concerned authority and representative of the area, he added.
Likha Bate, Vice president (Pro) stated that, from next academic session AMSU will make surprise visits and monitor the lone secondary school, and also check the attendance of the teacher whether they are doing their duty sincerely or not. This secondary schools had been established without proper infrastructure therefore parents must send their children to Itanagar or other developed place for proper education. Most of the family cannot afford the sky-high cost of education.
Tarh Noma, Headmaster incharge, stated that many a times made an appeal to honorable Local MLA and EAC Mengio regarding the dilapidated condition of the schools and other basic facilities like no bathroom for teaching staffs, no separate bathroom for Boys and Girls, shortage of subject teacher, and many more. Submitted the same gravance to concern authority of the education department but still no action has been taken for the interest of the school he added.
Team AMSU appealed to concerned authorities to immediately look into the matter and fulfill the basic needs of students before reopening of the school for the new academic session otherwise the union will launch a democratic movement for the lone secondary school of AMSU jurisdiction.