ABVP to stage protest on November 27


State unit secretary P M Ravichandra told reporters here on Tuesday that a memorandum has been submitted already to Higher Education Minister and Karnataka Nursing Council seeking them to take steps to curb malpractices in examination.

However, no action has been taken to this day, he complained.
Deputy Commissioner Harsha Gupta did not heed to the ABVP activists’ demands that the exam centre should be shifted from Roohi Nursing College to the Government Nursing College in Bidar and also steps should be taken to check mass copying. When the activists staged a protest, they were laticharged.

The Akhila Bharata Vidyarthi Parishat during its  protest will put forth its demands which include suspension of the police officer Satish who ordered laticharge on the protesting students and registering a criminal case against the principal and the management.

CET

Apart from the Common Eentrance Test (CET) and Comed-K tests for the aspirants of the profession courses, a separate entrance tests are held for students from the religious and linguistic minorities. He said a single entrance test should be conducted across the State.

“The ABVP had set up gruel centres and medical check-up camps for the flood-victims in north Karnataka. It had collected a total of Rs 5.66 lakh towards the flood relief. Of this Rs one lakh has been given to the government and the remaining amount will be used for free  distribution of notebooks among the students in the flood-hit region,” he said.
Several ABVP activists had served in the flood-hit villages as volunteers, he added.
Parishat’s district unit organising secretary Gurunath Rajagir was also present at the press meet.

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