Conduct regular classes of minimum two months before examination: AMSU
The All Manipur Students Union (AMSU) also suggested that the state government should assure that SOPs for reopening of schools be strictly implemented.
The All Manipur Students Union (AMSU) has appealed to the concerned authorities to conduct regular offline classes for at least two months before conducting High School Leaving Certificate Examination (HSLC) and Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate Examination for the current year.
The union suggested that the schedule for the examinations can be postponed/extended at the interest of the students and authorities can declare the results in the usual timing like before by increasing its manpower.
The volunteers of the union are prepared to extend any possible help to the state government in its efforts to reopen the schools in the state, a release signed by information and publicity secretary AMSU, Lhunpao Lhupheng stated.
However, the union suggested that the state government should assure that the new SOPs framed for reopening of schools will be strictly implemented.
The release stated that the state government should declare its plans and precautions that will be taken before and after reopening the schools. The state government, through the institution’s websites or through other means should direct the institutions regarding the necessary steps that they should take up before and after reopening the schools, it added.
It stated that students should also try to learn as much as they can during the classes which will be conducted before the exams. The union also lauded the state government for filling up the vacant posts of secretary and examination controller, BOSEM which was lying vacant for a few months.