KERALA

MSM plea to government

Staff Reporter

MALAPPURAM: A district meeting of the Mujahid Students Movement (MSM) at Tanur on Tuesday demanded that the government initiate steps right away to avoid any crisis in higher secondary admission as had happened last year.

The meeting also urged the government to revise the school curriculum by giving stress on moral studies as a means to prevent the increasing tendency of suicide among higher secondary students. Another suggestion was enforcement of the government decision to ban mobile phones on campuses.

The student body asked the Chief Minister to give an assurance to the people of Malabar that the proposed off-campus centre of Aligarh Muslim University would be set up in Malappuram itself.

It warned the public to be vigilant against the moves of terror outfits to recruit students to their folds.

MSM district president Mohammed Rafi Chembra presided over the function.

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