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Manipur school teachers urged to call off stir

By Newmai News

IMPHAL, Feb 8 - The Council of Higher Secondary Education, Manipur (COHSEM) on Friday appealed to the agitating teachers of government schools in the State to review their decision of abstaining from ensuing examination duties. Teachers of government schools under the aegis of the Joint Teachers� Forum (JTF) have been on a cease-work strike since February 2.

The teachers have been pressing the State Government to rectify the alleged anomalies in the Revision of Pay (RoP), 2019. They have also threatened to boycott the Class X and Class XII examinations commencing from February 14 and February 17 respectively.

The examinations for Class X will be conducted by the Board of Higher Secondary Education, Manipur (BOSEM) and those of Class XII by the COHSEM.

Addressing a press conference at his office chamber, COHSEM chairman Dr L Mahendra appealed to the teachers to review their decision of boycotting the forthcoming examinations in the interest of students. He said that preparations for the smooth conduct of the examinations have been completed. He added that the Class XII examinations would be conducted at 101 centres across all the 14 districts of the State. However, the recent decision of the agitating teachers has become a matter of concern, he said.

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Manipur school teachers urged to call off stir

IMPHAL, Feb 8 - The Council of Higher Secondary Education, Manipur (COHSEM) on Friday appealed to the agitating teachers of government schools in the State to review their decision of abstaining from ensuing examination duties. Teachers of government schools under the aegis of the Joint Teachers� Forum (JTF) have been on a cease-work strike since February 2.

The teachers have been pressing the State Government to rectify the alleged anomalies in the Revision of Pay (RoP), 2019. They have also threatened to boycott the Class X and Class XII examinations commencing from February 14 and February 17 respectively.

The examinations for Class X will be conducted by the Board of Higher Secondary Education, Manipur (BOSEM) and those of Class XII by the COHSEM.

Addressing a press conference at his office chamber, COHSEM chairman Dr L Mahendra appealed to the teachers to review their decision of boycotting the forthcoming examinations in the interest of students. He said that preparations for the smooth conduct of the examinations have been completed. He added that the Class XII examinations would be conducted at 101 centres across all the 14 districts of the State. However, the recent decision of the agitating teachers has become a matter of concern, he said.

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