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The academic council of Hindustan (deemed) University will meet on Wednesday, 11th July to find a solution to the student’s protest that has affected life on the campus. A group of students has been on strike for four days against the decision to detain students with arrears. The university had detained 118 of the more than 1,100 students in the batch, who had more than three arrears over the last two years, from going to the third year.
We wanted to help students and offer them resources to aid their studies before they finished their course. It is a competitive world, and most companies have a zero-arrear policy for placements. We are insisting that students clear the pending papers to make them more employable, said varsity deputy director S Venu Menon. Talking about a student who had 29 arrears from among 35 papers over the last four semesters, Menon added that with as many arrears the students were likely to accumulate arrears over the next four semesters as well.
This is the time for them to clear the pending papers, Menon said. While the students disrupted classes last week, classes took place as usual on Tuesday, 11th July, 2012. The students and their parents demanded that the break system be changed to allow students to continue to the third year. Senior members of the management met on Tuesday, 11th July, 2012 evening to discuss the issue.
Courtesy: Times of India
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