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The students involved in photo that was uploaded in social site suspended

The students involved in photo that was uploaded in social site suspended

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The students involved in photo that was uploaded in social site suspended

Surathkal:  The issue that created bustle in and around the city seems to come to an end as the students of Govindas College who were found in an image that was uploaded in the social site are suspended with immediate effect.

Today a meet was called upon which involved students and parents in the college along with Management committee and Student leaders. The decision of suspending all of those students who were involved in the photograph will be suspended taken today.

College Principal had written a request letter to the student’s welfare in Mangaluru University and asked to make a separate disciplinary committee to probe the matter and to take necessary actions and to nominate one member from the University to this committee.

The students involved were final year BCA students. Disciplinary committee will probe into the matter and then decision would be taken.

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Massive protest to expel the students who uploaded images on social site

Surathkal: a massive protest is carried out by the Students of Govindas College demanding to expel the students who has uploaded the image in social site where a boy is dozing on the lap of girls.

Other students of the college boycotted the class and are demanding for expulsion. ABVP has given a request letter to the college authority demanding debar of the students.

Two days back the incident had come in the light but no action has been taken yet by the administration. Parents of the students were called upon and meeting was held inside the Principal‘s chamber.

DC Mohan Rao has ushered in and talking to students on this matter. Police of this jurisdiction too have come to the college. Mother of one student who has indulged in this matter has fainted and then taken to hospital while she had come to college.

Decision of the college administration is yet to be revealed.

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Boosting RTE applications through street plays

Surathkal: The office of the Block Education Office, Mangaluru South, in association with students of Govindadasa College, staged street plays in different parts of the city to generate awareness about the Right to Education Act, especially about the 25 per cent free seats for students from economically backward communities.

The students started with a 15-minute long play near the busy SBI junction wherein they highlighted the reservation of 25 per cent seats in the neighbourhood schools. The students then staged the play at Mangaladevi Temple, Kankanady and Kadri Markets, Kuttar and Ullal.

Slow progress

There has been slow progress on applications for claiming free seats for LKG and class I — launched on February 1 — in schools in the district.

As on Thursday, 1,507 applications have been filed for the 1,796 seats available in Dakshina Kannada. Unlike last year, applicants have to choose schools in their neighbourhood and the choice has to be done online. For the 489 seats available in Mangaluru South block, 282 applications have been submitted for admission to class I.

As many as 518 applications has been filed for the 442 seats available for admission in Mangaluru North; 379 applications in Bantwal (418 seats available); 209 applications in Belthangady (190 seats); 174 in Puttur block (370 seats); 120 applications in Sullia Block (92 seats); and 78 in Moodbidri block (124 seats available).

Block Education Officer Jnanesh, Dakshina Kannada Zilla Panchayat Member Yeshwanti Alva, former Deputy Director of Pubic Instruction Moses Jayashekar and Mangaluru South Police Station Inspector Dinakar Shetty participated in the formal launch of the street play programme at the SBI Circle.
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