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    Published On : Sat, Dec 7th, 2013
    Education / Latest News | By Nagpur Today Nagpur News

    RTMNU Senate members demand holding of Convocation Ceremony before December 31

    Many students have been selected for jobs in foreign countries. The multinational companies too have selected many students for jobs. The students have to submit the original documents of their education. The non-submission of original educational documents may put their jobs in jeopardy.

    NU11Nagpur News.

    The Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University’s (RTMNU) Senate Members have demanded holding of 100th Convocation Ceremony before December 31. The Convocation Ceremony was earlier scheduled to be held on November 16 and President of India Pranab Mukherjee was invited to be the chief guest. However, the President cancelled the Nagpur visit at the last minute, and thus Convocation Ceremony was also put on hold. Now, the Senate Members submitted a memorandum to Vice-Chancellor Dr Vilas Sapkal on Friday and demanded that in the event of unavailability of President Pranab Mukherjee, a nationalist or a research scholar should be invited as chief guest and the Convocation Ceremony should be held before December 31 so that the students are not put at any loss.

    JOB OPPORTUNITIES:

    The Senate Members said the degree receiving students of the academic year 2011-2012 should be handed over their degrees as soon as possible as many of the students have been selected for jobs in foreign countries. The multinational companies too have selected many students for jobs in their companies. In that case, the students have to submit the original documents of their education. The non-submission of original educational documents may put their jobs in jeopardy. Therefore, the RTMNU should hold the Convocation Ceremony before December 31, the Senate Members argued.

    PRIORITY:

    According to experts, the RTMNU authorities, after considering the growing anger among students against the University, should resolve the problems of students on priority basis like holding of exams on time, flawless valuation, timely declaration of results, revaluation on time and other problems. Similarly, cultural and educational activities should also be organized. The memorandum was submitted to the VC by Senate Members Adv Manmohan Bajpayee, Prakash Gedam, Ritesh Ganar, Rahul Kisnani, and others.

     


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