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BBA students at Magam college protest staff shortage

Kashmir Reader 2019-07-10 02:01:04

BUDGAM: Scores of BBA students from Government Degree College Magam staged a protest Tuesday in Magam town here alleging non-availability of staff and space at the college.
The third semester students pursuing Bachelors of Business Administration assembled first in the college lawn and took out a protest march to the town.
The students alleged shortage of teaching faculty and non-availability of class rooms at the college.
Raising slogans against college administration and Higher Education department, the students said that officials have been “hell bent to ruin” their career.
Inayat Mushtaq, a student told Kashmir Reader over phone that since the third semester began this month, they were yet to have had any classes.
“After submitting a hefty fee we were given admissions, but days have passed over and we are yet to debut in college,” he said, “We don’t have even space (classrooms) available to sit”.
The issue, agitating students said, was brought to notice of principal, however, the problem remain unsolved.
“The dilly-delaying tactics have literally put our career on stake,” the students said. “If they can’t accommodate us in college why had they allowed us to take admissions”.
The protesting students were later pacified by a police team, which assured them of taking up the issue with college administration.
Director Colleges Kashmir, Dr Yasin Shah when contacted said that he was unaware of the problem.
“Better to talk to principal,” he said.

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BUDGAM: Scores of BBA students from Government Degree College Magam staged a protest Tuesday in Magam town here alleging non-availability of staff and space at the college.
The third semester students pursuing Bachelors of Business Administration assembled first in the college lawn and took out a protest march to the town.
The students alleged shortage of teaching faculty and non-availability of class rooms at the college.
Raising slogans against college administration and Higher Education department, the students said that officials have been “hell bent to ruin” their career.
Inayat Mushtaq, a student told Kashmir Reader over phone that since the third semester began this month, they were yet to have had any classes.
“After submitting a hefty fee we were given admissions, but days have passed over and we are yet to debut in college,” he said, “We don’t have even space (classrooms) available to sit”.
The issue, agitating students said, was brought to notice of principal, however, the problem remain unsolved.
“The dilly-delaying tactics have literally put our career on stake,” the students said. “If they can’t accommodate us in college why had they allowed us to take admissions”.
The protesting students were later pacified by a police team, which assured them of taking up the issue with college administration.
Director Colleges Kashmir, Dr Yasin Shah when contacted said that he was unaware of the problem.
“Better to talk to principal,” he said.

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