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DIMAPUR, April 30 - Civil society organisations in Phek town of Nagaland joined hands with Chakhesang Students� Union in protest against shortage of 11 teachers in Government Higher Secondary School at Phek.

The Chakhesang Students Union organised a procession in Phek town on Monday to register their protest against the shortage of teachers and the state school education department. The members had also demanded filling up the vacant posts within two months.

The union was joined by the Phek Area Public Organisation comprising 24 villages, all the chairmen of 11 colonies, gaon burhas (village headmen) and concerned public leaders in the protest, the union said in a release on Tuesday.

The union said different organisations have submitted memoranda to the department concerned to immediately fill up the vacant posts lying in the school�s Higher Secondary section since 2004.

The 11 vacancies were created through means of transfer, promotion and retirement without any replacement, it stated. If the vacancies are not filled up the school could go defunct by next year, it warned.

Besides, the members of the civil society organisations, 600 students participated in the procession and submitted a representation to the Phek Deputy Commissioner, who is also the chairman of the managing board of the school, the union said.

The union also requested the school education department to release textbooks to the schools at the earliest.

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Protest against shortage of teachers

DIMAPUR, April 30 - Civil society organisations in Phek town of Nagaland joined hands with Chakhesang Students� Union in protest against shortage of 11 teachers in Government Higher Secondary School at Phek.

The Chakhesang Students Union organised a procession in Phek town on Monday to register their protest against the shortage of teachers and the state school education department. The members had also demanded filling up the vacant posts within two months.

The union was joined by the Phek Area Public Organisation comprising 24 villages, all the chairmen of 11 colonies, gaon burhas (village headmen) and concerned public leaders in the protest, the union said in a release on Tuesday.

The union said different organisations have submitted memoranda to the department concerned to immediately fill up the vacant posts lying in the school�s Higher Secondary section since 2004.

The 11 vacancies were created through means of transfer, promotion and retirement without any replacement, it stated. If the vacancies are not filled up the school could go defunct by next year, it warned.

Besides, the members of the civil society organisations, 600 students participated in the procession and submitted a representation to the Phek Deputy Commissioner, who is also the chairman of the managing board of the school, the union said.

The union also requested the school education department to release textbooks to the schools at the earliest.