The problem began after a union, formed by 40 non-teaching staff, got affiliation on May 25. The school’s management, however, refused to recognise the union. “The union will take its toll on the discipline of the school. The group of employees is politically motivated to start union activity in the school,” said Keya Sinha, principal of the school. The non-teaching staff, on the other hand, justified their decision to form the union.
“How can the school management deprive us of our fundamental right? There are no fixed rules for salary structure and duty hours at the school,” said Dakhinaranjan Majumdar, union member.
I being a passed out student of this school would like to say that a school is meant for studying and not for practising any political affair.A staff or a group of staffs may have some problem ,and the problem should be discussed with the head of the school.the interference of school affairs should not be done by any political party because it is the school that gives education to the students and help the students to become succesful in life.It is a very shocking news to me that my school was forced to close down because of a tussle .i would like to appeal to those peopple for which my school is being forced to close down for unlimited period that why don't you think of those students whose studies are getting hampered because of you.Iwould also request sister sinha to take a strong measure against the miscreants.
When will the political parties realise need of common people? What would they get out of creating feeling of insecurity among common people? I strongly protest against what has happened in VMS Joka and urge the political party to help create an environment in school where students can excel in study and none other element should be created to disturb that. It's of extreme importance to the interest of the country/state that study of the children doesn’t get disturbed.