Friday, December 1, 2023

Students protest against agitation at Women�s College

Jamshedpur : Peeved over the agitation of Radical Youth and Students Helpline, an outfit�which has been agitating in front of the Jamshedpur Women�s College from the past two days, a group of students� today went to the deputy commissioner’s office to lodge their grievance over frequent campus protests.

They �submitted a memorandum against the Radical Youth and Students Helpline, an outfit�which has been agitating in front of the college from the past two days. The students who came to the deputy commissioner’s office complained that they are not only harrassing students but had also locked the gates of the college today.

“The agitation is hampering our classes and other academic activities. They had locked the gates today and it was the police from the Bistupur police station who later broke the lock to enter the college and attend their classes. They would provoke students not to attend classes which is not possible for most of the students as we are here not to agitate but study,” said Kavita Singh, a B.Ed student of Jamshedpur Women’s College.

The students also said that they ought to fill admission forms for their second, fouth and sixth semester which has been hampered by the organisation. Most of the girls go back to their homes without filling the forms. Though they don’t have anything against the organisation, students urged if they could protest peacefully without affecting the normal college life.

“We are not against. They can protest peacefully but why are they targetting students. We don’t want to be in this fiasco between the college and the university. Therefore, we are here to complain and submit a memorandum to the DC. There are police personnel but they do nothing there and support them,” said Indu Shikha, a BBA student.

The students protest under the banner of Radical Youth and Students Helpline started yesterday. The group alleged financial irregularities in college, suspension of the former principal and have demanded an explanation by RPP Singh, the vice-chancellor, Kolhan University.

The president of Radical Youth and Students Helpline, Archana Singh said that they are demanding a genuine investigation and nothing else.

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