KANGPOKPI, Jul 29: Expressing serious concern over the non-release of the salaries for both the teaching and non-teaching staffs under ZEO Kangpokpi, The All Tribal Students’ Union, Manipur (ATSUM), has urged the Education Department to release the employee’s salary at the earliest.

The All Tribal Students’ Union Manipur (ATSUM) has expressed discontentment with the failure of the State Government to distribute pre-matric and post-matric scholarship of Scheduled Tribe students for the year 2016-17.

IMPHAL, Jul 11 : Expressing deep concern over the manner in which former Chief Secretary O Nabakishore was removed from office, the All Tribal Students’ Union, Manipur (ATSUM) has lamented that ‘a son of the soil has been brazenly ignored for the top slot.’

IMPHAL, Jan 23 : Pertaining to the case of recruitment of Assistant Professor conducted by Manipur Public Service Commission for which the verdict was given by the High Court of Manipur on January 11, 2017, All Tribal Students’ Union, Manipur today stated that it is a gross miscarriage of justice to the tribals of Manipur in particular.

IMPHAL, Dec 24: DESAM, AIMS, ATSUM, KSO, ANSAM AND MUTSU has appealed to the Manipur University Student’s Union Election Committee and the concerned MU authorities to postpone the coming Manipur University Student’s Union election 2016-17 scheduled on December 28 taking into account the prevailing condition of the State and the coming Christmas holiday.

IMPHAL, Nov 16 : Advo-cating clean recruitment process, especially in the wake of the relaxation on the ban on recruitment, the All Tribal Students’ Union, Manipur has today urged the Government to do away with the practise of giving privilege to the ‘highest bidder’ and due emphasis be given to merit.

IMPHAL, Nov 12 : While acknowledging solidarity and constant support of the tribal populace and likeminded individuals of the State to the movement of asserting Constitutional tribal rights pertaining to reservation in admission at Manipur University during, the All Tribal Students’ Union, Manipur (ATSUM) has appealed to all the tribal students who have been selected for admission at various PG courses at MU to get admission with immediate effect till November 16 as the reservation impasse has been brought to understanding through a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between MU authority represented by Vice Chancellor and Registrar i/c and five students’ organization of the State namely ATSUM, DESAM, KSO-GHQ, ANSAM and MUTSU on November 7 based on the Central Educational Institutions (Reservation in Admission) Act 2006 as amended in 2012 and the orders of the High Court of Manipur passed on October 26 this year.

ATSUM suspends blockade Tripartite meet lined up

IMPHAL, Nov 5 : With the State Government viewing the imbroglio at Manipur University seriously, it has been decided that a tripartite talk will be held on November 7 at 10 am among representatives of ATSUM, the Vice-Chancellor of MU and the State Government to try and bring a final solution to the imbroglio, said ATSUM in a statement today and added that in view of the understanding thus reached, the ongoing economic blockade on the National Highways and the ban on National projects have been suspended.