GVI Warangal students seek basic facilities in college
The students of Government Womens Vocational Institute GVI staged a dharna in front of the college demanding the government to take up admissions and also appoint the teaching and nonteaching staff besides providing basic amenities in the college immediately
Warangal: The students of Government Women’s Vocational Institute (GVI) staged a dharna in front of the college demanding the government to take up admissions and also appoint the teaching and non-teaching staff besides providing basic amenities in the college immediately.
Extending their support to agitating students, nearly 2,000 students from Government Polytechnic and Women Polytechnic colleges along with representatives of student organisations took out a massive rally from GVI College to MGM Centre and burnt an effigy of the government.
Speaking on the occasion, district president of the Democratic Student Union (DSU) M Avinash alleged that instead of strengthening women’s education in the State, the government was trying to close the vocational college by issuing orders not to take further admissions.
With no basic facilities like drinking water and toilets, the students of GVI have been facing lot of problems for the last several years, he alleged.
“Instead of sanctioning funds to colleges besides providing basic facilities and appointment of teaching staff, the government is trying to dissolve the government education sector,” he criticised.
He demanded the government to start admissions in the GVI college immediately for the academic year 2018-19 along with providing basic facilities and also construct a hostel on its premises.
Students of GVI Pranitha, Pavithra, Manasa, Navya, Preethi, Sumalatha, Ramanjali, Sri Teja, Sri Nithya, Sana, Pragathi, Sangeetha, Asma, Anusha and representatives of Telangana Student Federation Askhay, Venkanna, Pranay and Manohar, from DSU Sai and Amruthraj, from Chaithanya Mahila Sangham Rama, Kareema Bhi and Bhagya and from Telangana Vidhyarthi Vedika Ganesh, Bharat and Praveen were present along with others.