Student body blames MM Higher Secondary School authorities for students missing out CBSE board exams


IMPHAL, April 27: The Reformist Students`™ Front, RSF has imposed a ban on the principal of MM Higher Secondary School principal Namoijam Sarat and secretary W Surchandra alias Amuba from taking up any education related activities alleging the two of being responsible for the issue of students of four schools not receiving their admit cards for their board exams conducted by the CBSE.

Calling a press conference in this regard at the Manipur Press Club, RSF secretary general BC Yunush Atiqur said Sarat and Amuba should be held responsible for the impasse following which students of four schools were debarred from appearing for their CBSE conducted board exams.

He recounted class X and XII students of Ram Krishna Higher Secondary School, Central Institute of Science, Akash Higher Secondary School and Akash Institute of Science and Arts were debarred from sitting in their board exams after the CBSE failed to issue admit cards.

The four schools were attested through the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with the MM Higher Secondary School which is a CBSE- affiliated school, he continued.

In the MoU, the principal and the secretary had ensured to allow the students of the four school to sit for the exam, for which they had collected a total of Rs 30,28,800 at the rate of Rs 5300 and Rs 7300 each from the students of Class X and XII respectively, he added.

Yunush further appealed to the authorities concerned to look into the issue at the earliest and award befitting punishment to the two so that such incidents are not repeated in the future.


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