AISA urges Govt to break deadlock on shifting of Engineering College from North Campus  

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New Delhi, October 18: Expressing disappointment over the government’s approach in handling the issue of shifting of the engineering college from North campus to Zakura, All India Students’ Association (AISA) Sunday urges the government to fulfill ‘genuine’ demands of the students

In a statement issued today, National President AISA, Sucheta De and Vice president Shehla Rashid,   said North Campus is being starved for facilities and the students are being made to suffer endlessly due to political deadlock and appealed Vice-Chancellor and members of the Academic Council to prioritize their role as academicians first and help to end this political deadlock.”

While appealing for end of deadlock AISA maintained that the people of Baramulla are being made to think that a favor is being bestowed upon them in the name of a defunct facility in the name of the engineering college. “Facilities at the campus must be improved and, until that is done; the shifting of engineering college to Zakura campus cannot be indefinitely postponed. The students had been promised that the campus would be shifted and the promise must be fulfilled,” the press handout read.

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