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Solve problems faced by vernacular schools: AASU

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GUWAHATI, March 2 - The All Assam Students� Union (AASU) has demanded the State government to solve the problems faced by 39,000 Assamese and vernacular medium schools in the State.

After a meeting with the Assam State Primary Teachers� Association, which has resorted to protests over their demands, the AASU urged the association to ensure that regular classes and midday meal routine in schools are not affected.

The AASU leadership took strong exception to the fact that 39,000 Assamese and vernacular medium schools are functioning without a headmaster and asked the State machinery to take measures to fill up the posts.

In a statement issued by AASU president Dipanka Kumar Nath and general secretary Lurinjyoti Gogoi, the duo stated that the foundation of education system should be strengthened.

�Be it the Assamese medium, Bodo or any vernacular medium schools, they are all gripped by problems, especially the students and the teachers. The government cannot remain a mute spectator,� the statement said.

�It is unfortunate that the teachers are compelled to take the protests route seeking their dues,� the AASU said.

The AASU also cited the problems related to single-teacher schools, basic infrastructure, scholarship, uniform and textbooks.

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Solve problems faced by vernacular schools: AASU

GUWAHATI, March 2 - The All Assam Students� Union (AASU) has demanded the State government to solve the problems faced by 39,000 Assamese and vernacular medium schools in the State.

After a meeting with the Assam State Primary Teachers� Association, which has resorted to protests over their demands, the AASU urged the association to ensure that regular classes and midday meal routine in schools are not affected.

The AASU leadership took strong exception to the fact that 39,000 Assamese and vernacular medium schools are functioning without a headmaster and asked the State machinery to take measures to fill up the posts.

In a statement issued by AASU president Dipanka Kumar Nath and general secretary Lurinjyoti Gogoi, the duo stated that the foundation of education system should be strengthened.

�Be it the Assamese medium, Bodo or any vernacular medium schools, they are all gripped by problems, especially the students and the teachers. The government cannot remain a mute spectator,� the statement said.

�It is unfortunate that the teachers are compelled to take the protests route seeking their dues,� the AASU said.

The AASU also cited the problems related to single-teacher schools, basic infrastructure, scholarship, uniform and textbooks.