Hyderabad: Bereft of standard centers, Aliya Junior College weeps for focus
Hyderabad: Students of Aliya Government Junior College, Abids are up in arms versus the Education division for not giving appropriate features like facilities, sanitisation as well as absence of lab tools. Students mentioned that for the previous 3 years the university structure has actually not been refurbished, class are extremely overloaded because of which pupils are required to rest outdoors on the premises, there is no sanitisation being used up in the university, absence of lab tools as well as crisis in showing personnel. More than 2,000 pupils are researching in this university.
Rohini (name transformed), intermediate second-year trainee stated, “We students have held many protests and representations were also given to the concern department but all fell in deaf ears. Most of the classrooms in our college are in dilapidated condition, windows are broken and there are no fans in classrooms. The most important issue is that there are no enough lecturers, and lecturers only conducts class when there is any inspection being held.”
Anil, inter 2nd trainee stated, “Due to non-availability of drinking water we carry our bottles from homes and sometimes are forced to buy water bottles from outside. Our college premises is never being cleaned. Apart from this, there is no proper equipment in our labs. As there is no other college in this area, we are forced to take admission in this college only.” “Interesting part is that this college is just situated beside the District Education Officer’s Office. The college lack with basic facilities that include classrooms that are congested, lack of fans in classrooms, and no drinking water facilities. Last year the Education department had planned to renovate the college but no action has been taken. Along with students, I have submitted many pleas to concerned officials but all fell in deaf ear,” stated Sai Pavan, a social protestor.