NSSB viva marks row: DNSU extends support to NSF

Dimapur, 16 April (MTNews): The Dimapur Naga Students’ Union has extended support to the Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) demand that the marks for the viva-voce which is to be conducted by the Nagaland Staff Selection Board be reduced to 5% from 12.5% “in the interest of the students and the youth community.”


The DNSU through a press release also informed that in the event of the NSF resorting to any form of democratic agitation, the DNSU shall extend full cooperation.


The union also appealed to all the aspirants who have qualified for viva-voce to refrain from appearing for the interview, scheduled on 17 and 18 April, for the Combined Staff Recruitment Examination (CSRE) 2022 until the federation’s demand is considered and upheld by the concerned authorities.

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