Delhi: Hunger strike to protest pupil charge hike of Indian Institute of Mass Communication

by Jeremy Spirogis
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new Delhi. The case of charge hike at Delhi's Jawaharlal Nehru University was not even chilly sufficient that college students of the Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) sat on a starvation strike demanding the withdrawal of the charge hike. The college students had lately demanded the postponement of the brand new round issued for depositing charges, however the administration didn’t settle for it. That is why college students have determined to go on starvation strike.

IIMC pupil Hamid says that the institute administration has not accepted our demand and the route of the chief committee. The college students received half their battle by stopping the charge round in December 2019. <! –

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                 The IIMC administration was compelled to name an instantaneous assembly of the chief committee. Students had been hoping to make the outdated charge construction inexpensive.

In the round issued on January 13, it was knowledgeable that the Executive Committee will represent a committee which is able to assessment the matter associated to the charges of scholars by 2 March and submit its report back to the involved officer. After this, the Institute of Mass Communication immediately issued a round of depositing charges on 10 February. The college students urged the administration to current its case on this total matter inside 48 hours, however even after the completion of 48 hours, the administration remained silent.
Students say that the institute administration is dishonest us and taking arbitrary charges by following all the principles and laws.

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