STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: National Students’ Union of India (NSUI) on Saturday asked the Jammu University administration to extend the date at least by four days for online admissions to colleges affiliated to university to provide more time to students hailing from far-off places and rural hamlets.
Addressing a press conference here, State General Secretary NSUI, Avijot Singh said that due to the introduction of online admission system, hundreds of students from remote areas have not been able to submit their admission forms so far.
District President Jammu, Sunny Parihar also said that university authorities should extend the deadline for online admission process otherwise NSUI along with these students will start an agitation. He also demanded Vice Chancellor’s intervention in the issue to address the problems of these students.
Others present were Amjad Bhat State Vice President, Khalid and Nishant Gupta.
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