The minister urged those who have come in contact with him recently to get themselves tested.
The Manipur Education Department will issue notice to colleges failing to score the minimum credit point of National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC).
The minister said that the education department is very strictly supervising the work progress of most of the ongoing constructions through concerned officials of the department.
Show-cause notices will be served to those contractors who fail to accomplish their works within the prescribed time frame, the education minister said.
The education minister asked all the MLAs to submit the list of government colleges and schools in their respective constituencies, which needed upgradation.
A reception ceremony for Education Minister S Rajen Singh was held by the teaching and non-teaching staffs of Prabhabati College, Mayang Imphal on Sunday
Rajen said that good infrastructures and proper administration from principal or headmasters are crucial in developing government schools and institutes.
Manipur Education Minister Rajen called for strict compliance to the instructions of the concerned Engineering Department in construction works of the education department.
The new education minister maintained that a complaint box will be installed at the directorate of education (S), through which teachers can drop their suggestions, grievances and queries among others.
Manipur Education Minister Dr Th Radheshyam informed that the examinations are also being conducted offline.
The education minister said the new education policy aims to provide the best education system rooted in Indian ethos and to transform India into a global knowledge superpower.
Manipur Education Minister Th Radheshyam said that before introducing a new discipline or subject, one must keep in mind the interest of the students and future of the society.