Extension of project deadlines, leniency in correction, better placements/media placements

Extension of project deadlines, leniency in correction, better placements/media placements

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journalismneedshelp@gmail.com started this petition to BMM, HR College of Commerce and Economics and

We have been relentlessly working on our projects, which should be spread across the semester but have struck out unlucky existences two weeks before the examination that will follow a completely new pattern. We lag syllabus wise, professors have a new hobby of postponing lectures and have been added to a group where there's no reference of journalism at all. 

Our families are worried seeing us 'study study but no play', but there's no study actually because all our time goes away in doing projects when none of our assignments done throughout the semester apparently matter. The college has a decent record of broadcasting the sad exam dates a week before, there are no holidays in between and all our questions are answered using three words- "Blame Mumbai University". 

Well, the advertising class that sees an approximate participation/attendence of not more than 20% (being very lenient, unlike the college), gets all kinds of privileges and the journalism batch suddenly becomes non existent. 

This petition, as it sounds so far is not a tantrum but a humble request for some explanation that the journalism batch of 2020-21 deserves. It's not only our academics that take the toll, but the family, sleep, food, entertainment, excercise and every other aspect of life churns in this process. 

It would be a positive sight if a professor or the college doesn't use this petition against the batch but show some empathy that they've been lecturing about since 2.5 years now. We'd like the college to voice our opinion in front of the university if required, because it claims to love it's students like family. FAMILY REQUIRES HELP.

 

 

 

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