Hyderabad: Students decry little centers at Govt Junior College, Neredmet
Hyderabad: The pupils of Government Junior College, Neredmet are up in arms versus the Education division for not supplying correct facilities such as bathrooms, followers, alcohol consumption water as well as computer systems on the university.
Students additionally explained that as there was no different structure for level pupils, the courses for inter as well as level pupils were being kept in changes. While courses for Intermediate pupils are performed in the early morning, the level pupils go to courses at night. Also occasionally because of the non-availability of class, pupils are compelled to being in the ground. More than 2,500 pupils are going after programs in scientific research as well as business streams in the university.
“As this is the only government college in Neredmet, we are forced to join this. We have staged many protests and given representations to officials of the department concerned, but in vain. There are no fans in the classrooms and no drinking water facility. Further, there is a washroom only for girls, which is very dirty. There are no washrooms for boys,” stated Ramesh (name altered), a very first-year Intermediate pupil.
Praneeth, a B.Com second-year pupil stated, “Due to non–availability of drinking water, we carry our bottles from home and sometimes forced to buy water bottles from outside. With no washrooms for boys, we are forced to defecate in the open. Many representations were given to college authorities and also the Education department, but no measures have been taken to provide the needed facilities. For degree students, there are no separate classrooms. We are forced to attend classes in the afternoon. Though there is enough space on the college premises to construct a new building, nothing of such sort is being done.” “The 15-year-old college needs to be renovated immediately. The college lacks basic facilities. As this is the only degree college in Malkajgiri, many students take admission here. Along with students, I have submitted many pleas to officials concerned, but it is of no use,” stated Robin Zacceheus, a social lobbyist.