Kohima: The All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) on Thursday urged the Nagaland government to register and monitor the various coaching institutes across the state.
While acknowledging that various coaching institutes in Nagaland have contributed to the academic growth of the state and has helped many aspirants for competitive exams, technical exams and allied courses, the students’ body said that the “yeoman services” rendered to the students’ community and manifold aspirants must be put on record.
“To the observation of the ANCSU, these institutes are no less than any other educational institutes and their activities must be commended, at the same time these institutes must also come under certain educational regulation/authority of the state,” said ANCSU in a letter to Nagaland chief secretary.
ANCSU said that although some institutes are funded, some are self-established and others are in partnership with premier institutes. However, the establishment of such coaching institutes is yet to come under any competent authority/regulation/educational department of the state, it said.
In this regard, the ANCSU proposes to the state government to register and monitor such establishment for the safe functioning of the institutes.
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