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Latur ITI professor suspended for forcing students to do household chores

Manisha Khanapure, a professor at the ITI in Ausa, was suspended on July 2 for exploiting and harassing three students, principal Indira Ranbhidkar said.
Last Updated : 05 July 2024, 09:38 IST

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Latur: A professor of the Government Industrial Training Institute (ITI) in Maharashtra's Latur district has been suspended for allegedly exploiting and harassing some students by making them do her household chores, an official said on Friday.

Manisha Khanapure, a professor at the ITI in Ausa, was suspended on July 2 for exploiting and harassing three students, principal Indira Ranbhidkar told PTI.

The action has come after the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) submitted a memorandum to the resident deputy collector last week, alleging that the professor made students do household chores and clean toilets, etc, after threatening to award them low marks.

A video of students clearing garbage in a house, purportedly of the professor, went viral on social media.

Principal Ranbhidkar said a memo was issued to the professor after complaints were received from students and parents.

An inquiry committee of three members was set up, and based on its report, the professor was suspended, she said.

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Published 05 July 2024, 09:38 IST

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