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Manipur: Education Minister visits schools, colleges, action against staff found absent

However, the Minister was pleased to see the good attendance of students in the class while visiting S Kulla Women’s College, Nambol.

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Imphal: Education Minister S Rajen Singh visited colleges and schools Tuesday accompanied by Commissioner, Higher & Technical Education, M Harekrishna Singh, Director, Education(U), Dr Rangitabali Waikhom and other officials of the department.

Minister Rajen and his team visited Malom Megha Govt High School, Nambol Higher Secondary School, Oinam Girls’ Govt High School, Royal Academy of Law, Oinam, Tambal Marik College, Oinam, Nambol L Sanoy College and S K Women’s College.

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During his visit at Malom Megha Govt High School, he inspected the newly constructed and renovated classrooms and interacted with the students. Minister Rajen instructed the students and teachers to use a face mask during school hours. He also asked the staff to keep the school campus neat and clean.

The ministerial team also visited Oinam Girls’ High School and Nambol Higher Secondary School. During his visit at Nambol Higher Secondary School, two teaching staff were found absent while checking the attendance register. The Minister instructed the concerned authority to take up appropriate action against those absent.

Education Minister was pleased to see the good attendance of students in the class while visiting S Kulla Women’s College, Nambol. As informed by the principal, Thambal Marik College, Oinam and Vice Principal, Nambol L Sanoy College, normal classes were conducted Tuesday. Scrutiny of student’s Union election was also held at the colleges. Three staffs of the college including one non-teaching staff were found absent from duty during the visit at S Kulla Women College.

Minister Rajen also instructed the college staffs to provide face masks to those students who wore no face mask in the classrooms. He also interacted with the students. Later, the team visited L Sanoi College, Nambol and inspected the campus. Five teachers of the college were found absent during the visit at the college. Minister informed the concerned officials to initiate appropriate action against the absent teachers.

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