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JAMMU: Twelve-day long hunger strike of Bi-Annual 2018 passed students under the banner of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) got fruitful results after Cluster University of Jammu Administration gave nod for giving admission to all the students who were struggling for getting admission in Semester 1st in city colleges falling under Cluster University of Jammu.
Addressing media persons, Akshay Sharma, an agitating student said, “We were denied admission in Semester 1st by Cluster University of Jammu Administration because we had passed 12th Class Bi-Annual 2018 examination, the result of which was declared on August 11, 2018.”
“Vice Chancellor of Cluster University announced that all the agitating students who have applied for admissions in various colleges under Cluster University shall be allowed to get admission,” he added.
Tanisha Salaria, another agitating student, expressed gratitude to the Cluster University Administration for saving the precious year of students by giving admission.
Avinash Sethi, ABVP Jammu Organising Secretary appreciated the efforts of five students who were on chain hunger strike for the last 12 days including Preeti, Akshay Sharma, Bhanu Sudan, Deepak Upadhyay and Rajit Rajput.
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