Education Minister mulls regularising aided teachers

Imphal, August 12 2017: Education Labour & Employment Minister Th Radheshyam presented incentive cash awards to the successful students of HSLC, 2016-17 of Keisham Birjit High School (aided) on the occasion of the 7th death anniversary of its founder Keisham Birjit Singh today at Patsoi. Sharing the dais with him were MLA, Patsoi A/C, Ak […]

Chandel College and District Hospital inspected by Education Minister Radheshyam

Imphal, August 08 2017: Education Minister Th Radheshyam has said that the Education Department works as a team of teachers and students and works for the betterment of the society. The Minister made the statement during his visit to Chandel district to inspect the prevailing conditions of the Governmental institutions of education, health and infrastructure today […]

Demanding local MLA be included in ‘Other Members’ of varsity Bill, Joykisan walks out House gives nod to DM University Bill

Imphal, August 03 2017: Manipur Legislative Assembly today passed the Dhanamanjuri University Bill 2017 paving the way for setting up Dhanamanjuri University under the funding of Ministry of Human Resources Development. The university is to be set up by conglomerating five colleges under Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA). The five colleges are DM College of […]

Question hour in the Assembly Govt has plans to desilt major rivers : IFC Minister

Imphal, August 01 2017: The Government has plans for desilting, dredging and re-sectioning major rivers like Imphal, Nambul and Kongba rivers. It would be done once the Detailed Project Report (DPR) for the same is finalized and fund is made available to the Department. The remaining retaining walls of Nambul River adjoining Sagolband will be […]

State Govt rules out 7th Pay for now

Imphal, July 25 2017: Replying to a question raised by MLA K Ranjit during the 5th day of the ongoing 11th Manipur Legislative Assembly Session, 2017, Finance Minister Y Joykumar who is also the Deputy Chief Minister stated that the Government has not yet planned about the implementation of Seventh Pay or its equivalent pay for […]

AMSU, District Committee Jiribam inspects schools, seeks urgent attention of Govt

Jiribam, July 17 2017: A surprise inspection conducted by AMSU, District Committee, Jiribam and AMSU Barak Circle at New Durgapur LP School, Lamdai Khunou, Jiribam on July 14 left the inspection team in shock when they found the school closed for a long time and the school Principal absent for three years, conveyed a press […]

Education Minister stresses development of indigenous language

IMPHAL, Jun 13: Education, Labour & Employment Minister Th Radheshyam launched BA Manipuri textbooks (Meitei Mayek) on an e-book format at the inaugural function of the 10-day Meetei Mayek orientation programme for college teachers who teach Manipuri organised by the Directorate of Language Planning and Implementation ,Government of Manipur at DM College of Arts today. […]

HSLC exam result announced, Nirmalabas, Tiny Tots, St Joseph’s hog limelight in first 25 spots Pass pc sees marginal improvement at 66.7, boys do better

IMPHAL, Jun 3 : The pass percentage in the Class X examination conducted by the Board of Secondary Education, Manipur saw a marginal improvement from last year, returning a pass percentage of 66.7 to last year’s 65.4 pass percentage. This year the HSLC examination was announced later than last year due to the Assembly election. […]

Th Radhesyam visits SCERT, Education(S) office

Imphal, Jun 1 (DIPR): Education Minister Th Radheshyam today visited the Directorate of State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT) and Directorate of Education(S). He also held a meeting with the officials at Lamphel wherein various topics on how to improve the prevailing conditions of the education system of the State were discussed. The […]

Students do marginally better than last year with pass percentage pegged at 68.81 COHSEM announces Class XII exams result

IMPHAL, May 23 : Students of Class XII studying in schools under the Council of Secondary Education, Manipur (COHSEM), did marginally better than their seniors with the pass percentage this year pegged at 68.81 while in 2016 the pass percentage was 65.42. The Class XII examination this year was held from March 20 to April […]

Minister warns against sub-standard works

IMPHAL | May 21: Education minister, Th Radheshyam said stringent action will be taken against those who have failed to adhere to the prescribed norms in building school infrastructure under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA), Education Guarantee Scheme (EGS) and Alternative and Innovative Education (AIE). This was stated by the minister during inspection tour in Ukhrul. He […]

Edn min flags off students for Shirui festival

Education Minister Th Radheshyam flagged off a two-day Field Exposure Visit to Ukhrul for 10 students each from eight districts to witness the Shirui Lily Festival, 2017, and another 10 students from Ukhrul district will join the team at Ukhrul District Headquarter. The students accompanied by officials of Sarva Sikhsha Abhiyan, State Mission Authority, Manipur, […]

CM attends to over 350 complaints on the first Meeyamgi Numit Meaningful development impossible as long as there is Govt-public disconnect: Biren

Imphal, May 15: Hundreds of people turned up to take their grievances to the notice of Chief Minister N Biren on the first Meeyamgi Numit (People’s Day) held at the Chief Minister’s Secretariat today. The Chief Minister categorically stated that no meaningful development can be achieved as long as there is a disconnect between the […]

Minister Th Radheshyam inspects construction works

Imphal, May15 (DIPR) : Education, Labour and Employment Minister Th Radheshyam today inspected the ongoing construction works of girls’ hostel of Chaoyaima Higher Secondary School, Thoubal, Block Institute of Teacher Education (BITE), Ningshing Khul, District Institute of Education and Training, Keikol Koirengei and HASK Skill Development Centre Pvt Ltd, Lilong. While inspecting the building construction […]

Changes can be expected but not complete correction: Radheshyam

IMPHAL, May 13: Loop-holes and flaws in the State’s education system cannot be completely corrected immediately but one can certainly expect positive changes, asserted Education Minister Th Radheshyam who once served the State Police Department as an IPS officer. Talking with The Sangai Express at his office (RMSA) yesterday, Radhe-shyam stated that it would be […]

‘Teachers should raise voice against wrongs’

Interacting with teachers while inspecting government schools at the Hiyanglam assembly constituency, Education minister Th Radheshyam said teachers should say ‘no’ and stop the construction of school infrastructure if it is done without maintaining quality. Noting the students need good leaders and role models abided by values of principle, he said, voices need to be […]

May Day observed across Manipur

Imphal | May 1 : Various organisations held May Day or International Workers’ Day observance at different places in Manipur today while honouring labourers. “The International Workers’ Day symbolises the victory of the working class and marks the celebration of labourers and working class worldwide in an annual event taking place on the 1st of […]

“Centre approves DM varsity”

IMPHAL, Apr 17: Even though a Bill is required to be tabled and passed in the State Assembly, the Government of India has given its consent to upgrade DM Colleges into a University. This was conveyed by Education Minister Th Radheshyam who took part in a formal launching function of mobile app ‘Fund and Reform […]

Question leak in Class XII exam May just be the symptom

This may just be the symptom. But this should not be any reason to go slack over the matter. After it has been established that the Class XII Physics question paper was leaked, the whip was cracked and 16 persons including 12 juveniles have been pulled up but this should be seen as just the […]

Govt announces portfolios : CM keeps Home, Dy CM Finance

IMPHAL, Mar 24: After three more Cabinet Ministers were sworn in yesterday taking the total strength of the Council of Ministers to 12, portfolios which would be held by the Ministers were announced late night yesterday. Chief Minister N Biren would be in charge of Home, Personnel, Planning, GAD, Vigilance, Legislative Affairs, Transport, Minor Irrigation, […]