Students staging protest at Jammu.
STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: A massive protest was held at Jammu University against shortcomings of Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) which are creating problems for the students of UG courses especially in the process of admissions to 3rd semester for which 50 per cent credits are required by the students, a condition in CBCS which is restraining the maximum number of students from getting admissions to 3rd semester in UG courses.
The protest was led by Lucky Singh President Student Union.
Later, the protesting students torched the effigy of Vice Chancellor Jammu University.
Addressing the media persons Lucky Singh alleged that the Vice Chancellor’s dictatorial attitude is affecting the career of the students. He demanded that VC should take back latest order and revert to the order issued earlier allowing students to take admission to next semester after passing only two subjects.
He said that if the order is not taken back, students will come on roads and the Vice Chancellor will responsible for the same. Wasim, Ajay, Muddasir, Arun, Rahul, Vishal, Mandeep and Sahil were also present.
Meanwhile, ABVP unit of MAM College also protested against the UG CBCS semester 3rd grading system for admissions. ABVP demanded that the admission should be given after passing 50 per cent subjects in the last semester.
Piyush Khajuria Secretary Jammu Mahangar said that if the JU administration won’t change this rule, ABVP will protest against such dictatorial behavior. Others who joined the protest include Ajaz, Shubham, Ishan, Tushar, Sidanth, Deepak, Sukhdev, Prashant and Karan.
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