The Manipur Students' Federation president Khangembam Bidyasagar said that the student's body is committed to continue the ‘School Faghathansi’ mission for bringing a better education system in the society.
A one-minute silence was observed to pay respects to the deceased, former leaders of the organisation.
The offline mode of admission process will result in gathering of the public amid the pandemic, the MSF stated.
While various student bodies have been demanding to provide sufficient teachers in the school, the sudden transfer of the teacher would make the students face more challenges during these critical days of pandemic, the MSF said..
A people’s convention on incorporating drug use prevention in school syllabus was held at Imphal College on March 25 by MSF.
The committee also declared that it will set on fire any intoxicants/ drugs publicly if the items are found selling in the bazaar.
Taking serious note of the plight of farmers in Manipur, the MSF said it will look into the price hike of essential items required for farming and agricultural activities.
MSF general secretary Hijam Roshan said in a video clip that due to the large hospital bills, COVID-19 positive patients started opting for death instead of getting treatment at private hospitals.
The failure on the part of the state government to regulate the charges of TrueNat/RT-PCR tests in private hospitals could become a factor for further spread of COVID-19 in the state, the MSF stated.
Alleging that a few private hospitals in the state are charging exorbitantly for COVID-19 tests, MSF general secretary Hijam Roshan said that private hospitals must not think of their own profits alone at such crucial times.
MSF drew the attention of the education minister and authorities concerned to strictly look into the the using of unfinished buildings of seven schools in Jiribam district as rental accommodation and sheds.
The prices of all essential commodities in the state are rising, making it more difficult for poor consumers to afford them, MSF general secretary Hijam Roshan said.
The Manipur Students’ Federation has launched a new format of its letterhead and receipt book.
All together 48 individuals took oath as office bearers and executive council members of MSF.
"Selling of tobacco items and other anti social elements should be strictly banned from in and around colleges, institutions and schools."
The MSF appealed to the state government to rejuvenate government-run schools in the spirit of Right to Free and Compulsory Education Act and the global call to universalise education.
As per a report of Magnitude of Substance Use India 2019, Manipur ranks among the states with maximum number of youths using injections. There is also a report that youths around the age of 12 are found indulging in one or other drugs, the MSF said.
In a video released by the MSF, the volunteers were seen visiting private hospitals and interacting with the public as well as authorities of the hospitals.