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Govt draws flak from students

Govt draws flak from students
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Speaking on the occasion, the district president of PDSU Manda Suresh said that instead of bringing reforms by investing funds in the existing...

Khammam: The representatives of the Progressive Democratic Student Union (PDSU) and Progressive Youth League (PYL) burnt an effigy of government here at Bypass road in Khammam on Sunday in protest against the decision of establishing private universities in the State.

Speaking on the occasion, the district president of PDSU Manda Suresh said that instead of bringing reforms by investing funds in the existing universities which are in worst conditions, the Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao was trying to sell the higher education to the corporate companies by encouraging them to establish private universities.

He demanded the government to withdraw the decision and demanded for developing of existing universities by providing all basic facilities to the students studying in the universities.

PDSU leaders Azad, Shirisha and Rakesh, the PYL leaders S U Subuhan, Jagan, Vasu and Venkatesh were present along with others. The representatives of the Student Federation of India (SFI) burnt an effigy in protest against the decision of establishing of private universities in the State here in Khammam on Sunday.

Speaking on the occasion, the District President of SFI, T Naga Raju said the TRS government was trying to dissolve the government education sector by introducing the private universities.

Many posts in the universities remain vacant. Instead of filling the vacant posts in the universities and developing them by releasing funds, the government was encouraging the corporate companies to establish private universities.

He demanded the government to take back the decision of establishing of private universities, otherwise they would start a massive movement against government to teach a fitting lesson. SFI leaders Ch Ramesh, Navin Lal, Anil, Shravani, Gayatri, Shailaja and Prashanti were present along with others.

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