Published On : Sat, Jan 11th, 2014

Students move Sitabuldi police station against Jagdamba college; alleges financial fraud

Jagdamba-College-1Nagpur News.

Enraged over allowing admission despite ban, a group of around 30-40 students lodged a police complaint against the management of Mahalakshmi Jagdamba college being run at Jhansi Rani Square. These students were given admission in the first year course of Master in Fashion Design (MFD) despite the ban on admissions imposed on this college by Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University (RTMNU).

The students alleged that the college authorities did not provide the admission cards for the first semester of MFD, despite charging examination fees and even late fees in most of the cases. They were not supplied with any receipt for the fees. Earlier the college had also collected full tuition fees from these students.

When the college authorities refused to budge despite several attempts to approach them, the students moved Sitabuldi police station and charged the college of committing financial fraud. The students under the aegis’ action committee’ members Yogesh Dinekar, Dhananjay Nagrikar and sachin Bise filed the complaint against college management.

They are demanding that their fees be returned to them.  In response to this, when the students met the RTMNU officials, they pointed out that college management forgets that matter is subjudice. The police said that they would look into the matter and investigate the complaint of the students.