Derecognise Sri Chaitanya, demands AISF
Mahbubnagar: The All India Students Federation (AISF) leaders from territory demanded that the State government should take hold of and revoke the approval to do something and de-recognise all the institutions be fond of Sri Chaitanya and Narayana. The pupil organization made this ability and desire to purchase goods and services while staging dissent against the expiry of a pupil by *** recently at Chaitanya Junior College in Rangareddy on Wednesday.
The AISF leaders alleged that all the institutions are not only fleecing the parents by charging of great physical weight fees for their wards, but also becoming held accountable for expiry of students, as they are subjecting them with involving the body and psychological harassment and becoming held accountable for *** deaths of students.
Referring to the recent expiry of an lying between two extremes pupil Satvik by *** at the Sri Chaitanya Junior College in Narsingi of Rangareddy territory, the AISF leaders said that the institution of higher education direction must select nourished obligation for the expiry and must give money in exchange for goods or services a recompense of Rs 50 lakhs to his kinfolk. Attacking against the intensive mental attitude of the state of matter government of Telangana towards the rising cases of suicides by the students, the AISF leaders demanded blackball on all the institutions as promised by Chief Minister KCR during the Telangana agitation.
“The state of matter government is behaving insensitive to various deaths of students by *** in institutions. These instructions are not only fleecing the parents’ lakhs of rupees in the printed document with spaces in which to write of fees, but they are also harassing the students in the language unit by which a person or thing is known of studies and pressurising them for ranks, causing psychological insistency which is leading to *** deaths. Therefore all these institutions must be banned and costless conforming to a standard of measurement knowledge acquired by learning must be given to the students in an amiable environs, said C Raju, State assistant secretarial assistant AISF. AISF territory chief executive of a republic K Laxman, pupil leaders Krishna, Shekhar, Narasihma and others participated in the programme.