DIMAPUR, June 12( Newmai News Network): The All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) today decided to accept the request of Nagaland University Vice Chancellor Professor K. Kannan for some more time to declare the undergraduate results. The student body has, therefore, relaxed the indefinite agitation which it began on Friday.
The decision was taken during a meeting of the ANCSU officials held in Kohima today, the second day of the indefinite strike being carried out to protest against the failure of the University authority to declare the undergraduate results even after a lapse of 60 days as per the norms of UGC.
ANCSU officials said following the online declaration of BSc results today and also having received an official letter from the Vice Chancellor requesting extension of some more days for declaration of the BA results, the Union’s executive had a meeting and decided to relax the agitation. They, however, warned that they would resume their agitation and resort to own course of action if the Vice Chancellor fails to declare the results within the dates sought by him.
Meanwhile, a statement issued by ANCSU Assistant General Secretary Metsivikho Meyase informed that the Union had received a letter forwarded by the Governor’s Secretariat, with the wise intervention of the Governor of Nagaland, who is also the Chief Rector of Nagaland University, whereby the Vice Chancellor requested one more week to complete the evaluation of answer scripts and four days to declare the Arts stream results after moderation.
The Union, therefore, decided to relax the indefinite dharna. However, failing to comply in declaring the Arts Stream results within the stipulated time as requested by the Vice Chancellor, the Union shall resume further course of action, the release stated.