स्थानीय राजनीती की मंझधार में फंसे विद्यार्थी

स्थानीय राजनीती की मंझधार में फंसे विद्यार्थी

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Gunjan N started this petition to Chief Minister Of Uttarakhand and

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Do you agree with any of these points? If yes, then please sign our petition.

  • Provide uninterrupted sufficient clean water supply.
  • Provide hygienic living conditions including clean bathrooms.
  • Provide sustained internet connectivity.
  • All threats to our faculty to be stopped immediately.
  • Financial and administrative transparency & accountability including publishing detailed balance sheets promptly every year.
  • Stop disconnecting electricity during exams.
  • Small bus transportation and security be made available.
  • The college coordinates with the law enforcement and stops drug-dealerships.
  • Hostel rent, electricity-fan-water-garbage, internet, mess-fee not to be charged for COVID study-from-home duration.

  • Cafeteria should provide a healthy high-nutritious high-fiber diet.

  • The library needs newer publications of books & journals in sync with the job market.

  • Labs be upgraded and training be made more effective.

  • On-campus placement and T&P training. Stop a pipeline to underemployment.

  • Logistics be provided as charged like ID card, college magazine, first aid, etc.
  • Stop retaliation against students who speak about improvements.

 

In the above pictures, you can see that students spend most of their time on getting water from a nearby natural source, and also an inoperable bus.

 

Dwarahat Engineering College, also known as Bipin Tripathi Kumaon Institute of Technology, is an autonomous regional engineering college. In 2010, it moved from Nainital University to Uttarakhand Technical University. It was formerly known as Kumaon Engineering College.

 

Read full complaint here.

 

Lack of preparedness makes students anxious when they reach the job market and leads to ultimate failure.

We need your help.

Please sign our petition and let the lawmakers know that you’re with us.

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