GSU team visits Dumporijo

DUMPORIJO, Jun 22: The team of the Galo Students’ Union (GSU) which is on a tour to assess the deteriorating education scenario in Galo inhabited districts reached Dumporijo circle in Upper Subansiri district on Saturday.
Interacting with school authorities, GSU president Mepe Ete lamented the poor CBSE exams results of schools in the Galo inhabited areas, and said the union seeks to know the exact reasons behind the poor performance of the students.
Ete urged the principals and headmasters of the government schools here to ensure that the teachers make continuous efforts to improve the students’ performance.
The GSU president also stressed on maintaining communal harmony in the circle as Dumporijo is inhabited by Galo, Tagin and Nyishi communities.
“Cordial relations among the brothers will boost peaceful coexistence, and thereby encourage the advancement of education in the region,” he said.
The union cited shortage of subject teachers and lack of school infrastructure as the main reasons behind the deteriorating performance of the students. It also requested parents to cooperate with the school administrations and avoid interfering in the affairs of the school managements.
Among others, the principal of the GHSS here, the headmasters of the Baririjo, Paka and Bara Ropuk GSS’, and members of the school management and development committees of all the schools of Dumporijo circle attended the meeting.
Meanwhile, the GSU requested local MLA Rode Bui to give special impetus to the development of education, health and road communication in the area, saying the area is lagging behind in these sectors for many years now.