HYDERABAD, July22:: The National Students Union of India (NSUI) is launching a campaign asking the students of junior, degree and post-graduate colleges to submit their objections and suggestions to the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on its website over various issues pertaining to the entrance tests, ensuing academic year among others.
NSUI state president Balmoori Venkat said there is a lot of confusion among the student community and parents about the ensuing academic year and other matters related to education.The students should submit their grievances between July 23 and July 26 on nhrc.india.nic.in. A delegation of NSUI members will finally meet NHRC members and represent the issues on July 27,”
Stating that the students are worried over their safety in view of coronavirus, he demanded that the government should not act in haste to start the academic year without taking proper and effective safety measures for the students.
Balamoori Venkat demanded all the students of intermediate who have paid their examination fee must be promoted as the supplementary examinations have been cancelled by the government of Telangana.
The government should make sure that the digital infrastructure of the state must be developed and ensure that it is made accessible to everyone particularly the poor in the rural areas before starting online classes.
The state government should set up a committee to will look into the cancellation of common entrance tests (CET) exams and admissions and promotion of students in junior, degree and PG colleges. Another committee should be constitute to regulate the fee and rein in the management of private and corporate educational institutions charging exorbitant sums of money from the parents,” said Balmoori Venkat.