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TURA, May 12 - The Mindikgre unit of the Garo Students Union (GSU) yesterday met Vice Chancellor of NEHU, G Singhaih seeking another opportunity for the students who missed BA final exams due to a bandh.

The Association of Democracy and Empowerment (ADE), FKJGP � SGH, among others had called for a two-day non cooperation movement (NCM) for which the students could not appear in the exam.

The students had later filed an FIR against the NGOs, including the ADE, FKJGP etc.

�We met the NEHU authorities on the matter and sought their help in holding a freash exam for the students who missed out due to the protest call. The response was positive from their end and a solution is forthcoming. We did not want the students to suffer unnecessarily,� said unit president, Greneth Sangma.

According to Sangma, the college where the students were enrolled now needs to write a letter to explain the reason for the absence after which fresh exam could be ordered for those that missed out.

�We thank all that supported our call in helping the students. People of SGH and NGOs from the region also deserve support,� added the Mindikgre GSU unit president.

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GSU seeks fresh exam for students

TURA, May 12 - The Mindikgre unit of the Garo Students Union (GSU) yesterday met Vice Chancellor of NEHU, G Singhaih seeking another opportunity for the students who missed BA final exams due to a bandh.

The Association of Democracy and Empowerment (ADE), FKJGP � SGH, among others had called for a two-day non cooperation movement (NCM) for which the students could not appear in the exam.

The students had later filed an FIR against the NGOs, including the ADE, FKJGP etc.

�We met the NEHU authorities on the matter and sought their help in holding a freash exam for the students who missed out due to the protest call. The response was positive from their end and a solution is forthcoming. We did not want the students to suffer unnecessarily,� said unit president, Greneth Sangma.

According to Sangma, the college where the students were enrolled now needs to write a letter to explain the reason for the absence after which fresh exam could be ordered for those that missed out.

�We thank all that supported our call in helping the students. People of SGH and NGOs from the region also deserve support,� added the Mindikgre GSU unit president.