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Nagaland private schools complain of declining students

In a release issued by ANPSA President Dr Andrew Ahoto informed that it was seriously noted that since the pandemic started, there has been a sharp decline of approximately 20per cent of students and above in almost all private schools.

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Kohima: All Nagaland Private Schools’ Association (ANPSA) has said that there has been a sharp decline of students in almost all private schools in the state since the COVID-19 pandemic began.

In a release issued by ANPSA President Dr Andrew Ahoto informed that it was seriously noted that since the pandemic started, there has been a sharp decline of approximately 20per cent of students and above in almost all private schools.
It opined that private schools should receive ‘true patronage and recognition’ as they have put in many of their own resources and effort in bringing about educational benefits to so many students from varied backgrounds.
It said the private schools should receive ‘true patronage and recognition’ as they have put in many of their own resources and effort in bringing about educational benefits to so many students from varied backgrounds, that despite the ‘selfless efforts,’ private schools have been facing criticism from various quarters. Even during the pandemic, private schools have been working beyond the call of duty to make sure that education does not fail, it stated.
With the imposition of lockdown, almost all private schools had to take up new extraordinary challenges for creating a conducive learning environment for the students and all mentors have been working selflessly, it added.

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