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Corporate colleges not abiding by the rules: SFI

The SFI activists presented roses to lecturers and requested them to stop conducting classes at Narayana college in Guntur on Sunday. But, the college management refused to stop conducting classes, pr

Published: 16th October 2017 01:38 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th October 2017 10:35 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

GUNTUR: The SFI activists presented roses to lecturers and requested them to stop conducting classes at Narayana college in Guntur on Sunday. But, the college management refused to stop conducting classes, prompting the SFI activists to forcibly stop the classes in Narayana College on Amaravati Road in Guntur.
The activists alleged that that the college managements are not obeying the rules framed by Board of Intermediate Education and conducting classes without giving holidays to students.

“The managements are conducting classes in the rooms which do not have proper lighting and ventilation. The managements are pressurising students for ranks and for this students are committing suicide in corporate colleges,” the activists said.

SFI district secretary V Bhagvandas said: “As per the directions of Board of Intermediate Education, the college management should conduct examinations once in a month, but the corporate colleges are conducting exams twice in a week inconveniencing students.” He demanded that the college managements follow recommendations made by D Chakrapani and others to prevent suicides.  

SFI district president P Manoj Kumar, vice-president V Jyothi, city secretary Ch Manikumar and others participated in the agitation in Guntur.



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