Ukhrul: In a new development, out of the 14 OBC candidates selected from three schools in Ukhrul for admission at JNV Ramva Ukhrul -1 for the current academic session, only two candidates from Asui Memorial School at Yaingangpokpi were found to be genuine.
This development came to light following spot enquiry conducted by a team of ZEO Office led by Sunita Jajo, MES, Assistant Inspector on Wednesday to check the genuineness of the successful OBC candidates/ students selected for admission at Jawahar Novodaya Vidyalaya (JNV) Ramva in Ukhrul district for the current academic session 2022.
According to sources privy to the development, the team conducted the spot inquiry in the presence of TKS , the apex student body of the Tangkhul community and JNV Ramva, principal. “The team conducted the enquiry at three schools in Ukhrul district namely Lambui high school, St Paul school, Lambui and at Asui Memorial school, Yaingangpokpi.
The spot enquiry was conducted to check the authenticity of the OBC candidates selected at JNVST for the current session as per the eligibility guidelines of the CBSE/JVS, sources stated.
It is worth pointing out that RK. Makaohei Singh, MES, ZEO Ukhrul in an official notification issued on July 12 (Tuesday) instructed for spot inquiry at three particular schools in Ukhrul on July 13 and check the genuineness of the OBC candidates selected at JNVST 2022 as per the eligibility guidelines of the CBSE/JVS.
The copy of the notification was also served to principal JNV Ukhrul -1 and president, TKS.
As per the official documents available with the Ukhrul Times, altogether 28 OBC candidates were selected from the six schools in Ukhrul and Kamjong districts namely Lambui High School, St Paul School Lambui, Asui Memorial School, Yaingangpokpi, Loushing Primary School, Kangkum Primary School and Children Training School.
“14 OBC candidates/students each have been selected from the above schools in Ukhrul and Kamjong district for admission at JNV Ukhrul-1.” However for Ukhrul only two OBC candidates were found to be genuine, while for Phungyar and Kasom in Kamjong it is yet to be known while filing this report.”