The language has already been taught at primary school level in different schools in Namsai region where this speech community is centered. However, as the language has already been categorized as an endangered language so the following measures are necessary to maintain the vitality of the language:
i)Use of the language in domestic fronts: the language if used in daily speech to converse with each other in the community, then the language has greater chance of survival.
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