Ousted from campus, DSNLU students continue protest
Over two days after being thrown out of the campus for failing to clear examination backlog, around 80 students of Damodaram Sanjeevaiah National Law...
Vishakhapatnam (Andhra Pradesh): Over two days after being thrown out of the campus for failing to clear examination backlog, around 80 students of Damodaram Sanjeevaiah National Law University (DSNLU) are continuing their protest against the management.
As per reports, the students who failed to clear the backlog of the current semester were forcibly made to vacate the hostel. Perturbed by the same, the students began to protest against the management in front of the university.
The students claimed that four attempts were meant to be given to clear the backlog. However, authorities allegedly slashed the fourth attempt and asked students to leave the campus.
'The university authorities told us just two days earlier about the new system that for the odd semester backlog examinations, we have only three attempts instead of four. Though we requested the university, they mercilessly sent us out of the campus on Friday evening. Now we are demanding justice," Prateek, a student, told ANI.
He further claimed that professors at the university deliberately failed some students due to personal reasons.
"Faculty at the University is not at par with the requirement necessary to teach here. Complaints are never heard. The faculty holds grudges against students and detains or fails them. Amendments in exam rules are not notified to us. Rules are not student-friendly," he added.