Nagpur News: As various problems faced by students of various faculty is taking a toll, a delegation of students lead by Nidhi Kamdar,Vice-President,BJYM,Maharashtra and Jitendra Singh Thakur, General Secretary, BJYM, Nagpur met Pro-VC of RTMNU Yenkie.
As series of problems continue to play with the future of the students due to the tussle between the College Administration and University and procedural flaws, Thousands of students’ careers are at stake.
For a 2 year Post Gradute Course,the M.Tech students of the Abha Giakwad Patil college and Raisoni engineering college have already spent a span of 2 and 1/2yr now and still are left clueless about their degrees as no Project assessment exam is being conducted as the College failed to have Approved teacher.
The situation is so worst that even if they conduct the examination on immediate basis, by the time these students get their result, it would show that they took 3 years to complete a 2 year course and they would face lot of questions at the time of their job placements. Moreover, it is a sheer mental harassment and they have already lost on so much of time and hardwork and to add to it the College authorities too have been rude with them.
As all this is affecting their lives and disturbing their morality, BJYM requested the Pro-VC to take immediate possible action/steps to save their career from getting devastated.
Secondly, similar demand of quick action for students of 18 B.Ed colleges was made, who have a similar problem and for 1 year course, it is almost 1 and half year and for no fault of students, they are became victimized.