Stop demanding fees in this CRISIS, Reduce the Fees :- Poornima College Of Engineering

Stop demanding fees in this CRISIS, Reduce the Fees :- Poornima College Of Engineering

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Prabhakar Thakur started this petition to Department of Education and

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As we are all aware that at this time not only India but the whole world is fighting an epidemic called Corona. At this time, when most of the people have lost their jobs, the situation is getting worse and worse, the demand of fees by the college administration is very shameful. At this time when everyone should cooperate with each other and fight this disease, the college is eager to show its inferiority.

We demand from the local administration and the state government that action should be taken on the demand of fees by the college in this desperate situation. And at the same time reduce the fee by a few percent. When the classes conducted by the college administration are being done through online medium, then for what is such a high fee being charged? If no college objects / materials or laboratory are being used, then why these fees?

When any material is not being consumed by any student, then why is the college eager to do its own arbitrariness. How can this poor feeling belong to the people related to education. It is worth considering.

Simultaneously, stating the last date for depositing fees by the college administration, and imposing a penalty on depositing after that date, indicates the inferiority complex.

We request the state and the central government that cognizance be taken in this matter soon. And all students should be given justice. If this is not done, then people will probably lose faith in humanity and trust will come out of the officials of the education department. We demand strict action, so that all students do not face any problem in any way.

 

Your's Truly

Students (Poornima College of Engineering)

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