Students of MG College stage protest over Subject Alotment
Students from Meera Girls College on Wednesday staged a protest outside the collector's office to display their discomfort over not getting the subjects of their choice.
Students from Meera Girls College on Wednesday staged a protest outside the collector’s office to display their discomfort over not getting the subjects of their choice.
The girls displayed their anger and handed over a memorandum to the district collector Rohit Gupta demanding him to consider their request and to instruct the college administration to allot the subjects to the girls of their choices.
Aruna Khatik, one of the student leaders from Akhil Bhartiya Vidharthi Parishad informed that the problem of getting subject of their choice was majorly faced by the students of first year B.A. They chose the subject according to their preference yet were allotted other subjects by the administration.
Besides this, they had also intimated the Principal of the College Prem Oswal about their problems at least 25 days back. Upon meeting the students, Oswal had assured them to change their subjects according to their preferences but nothing was done, Aruna claimed.
Principal of the college informed UT that the college administration has limited seats for each optional subjects and after getting the choices of the optional subjects in the admission form the respected subjects were allotted but presently there are no vacant seats in any of the optional subjects out of the 4 (Hindi, Sociology, Geography, Political Science).
The situation is such that there are few girls who still want to exchange their opted subjects with other girls. The matter is under consideration and soon a decision in favor of girls will be taken, added Oswal.