Reduction of Hyped College Fees to Provide Relief to the Students In This Global Pandemic.

Reduction of Hyped College Fees to Provide Relief to the Students In This Global Pandemic.

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Prachi Shetye started this petition to Mumbai University and

As we all know we are all facing a genuine financial crisis during this pandemic and in such situation, students there parents and family are going through a difficult phase. Some are poor, few lost their jobs and much worse things occurred. And in such a situation where people can hardly afford any basic thing, if the most basic & important thing like education becomes expensive, how a human should survive. Many students are quitting their college as they can't afford it.

We, students of DGMC (Deviprasad Goenka Management College Of Media Studies), request MUMBAI UNIVERSITY, MAHARASHTRA GOVERNMENT (Uddhav Thackerayji), Aaditya Thackeray to kindly understand these circumstances and grant us (students) concession.

Moreover, during this pandemic, we won't be using the following facilities of the college :
Library, Laboratory, Gymkhana, Curricular activities, Computer, Magazine but we are still been charged for it. And ironically, few facilities like gym don't even exist in our college (DGMC) and still, it is added in our unfair fee structure, we have been paying for the facilities that they don't have, to provide us. Due to this misleading, we have been paying hyped fees.
We request the authorities to deduct the fees charged for these services and let us pay fair fees in instalments considering the pandemic, as we won't be using it but our own devices, networks for online lectures.

Hoping you would understand our situation and be kind enough to provide us with the concession and time to pay fees by not putting any type of pressure on students and their parents.

THIS WILL ENABLE THE STUDENTS TO COMPLETE THERE EDUCATION AND LOWER THE BURDEN ON THEIR PARENTS. 

 

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