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AU students gherao V-C

AU students led by student leaders Zia Kaunen Rizvi and Anand Singh carried out a procession and gheraoed Vice-Chancellor Prof RG Harshe in support of their demands on Saturday. The students demanded the V-C not to reduce the seats and implement the Central University fee structure. Speaking on the occasion Rizvi said, the University should not cancel the Urdu and Persian quota.

india Updated: Apr 02, 2006 00:49 IST

AU students led by student  leaders Zia Kaunen Rizvi  and  Anand Singh carried out a procession and gheraoed Vice-Chancellor Prof RG Harshe in support of their demands on Saturday. The students demanded the V-C not to reduce the seats and implement the Central University fee structure. Speaking on the occasion Rizvi said, the University should not cancel the Urdu and Persian quota.

The students were determined to stage demonstration if their demands were not undertaken by the authorities. Those present on the occasion were Irshad Ullah, Chandrika Patel, Lalaram Saroj, Satish Tiwari, Chandrashekhar Singh, Rakesh Pandey, Preeti Tripathi, Ishu Sonkar, Ajay Mishra and many others.

PCM protest:Pratiyogi Chhatra Morcha (PCM) decided to continue their protest against the Public Service Commission in support of their demands in a meeting held on Saturday.

PCM president Rajesh Singh conducted the meeting organised by Allahabad University student union (AUU) general secretary Suresh Yadav.

Taking cognisance of the PCS preliminary results declared on Friday, the students once again turned on their demands for increasing the number of qualifying students to 10 per cent of the total appearing candidates.Singh said that despite assurance by the PSC and government officials after the demonstration at the PSC and the Vidhan Bhawan, Lucknow, on February 24, nothing has been done according to the demands of the students.

Singh said that the matter would be the major issue at the State level students representative conference.