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Students of Ayurvedic college students approach UT administrator over affiliation issue

HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times  Chandigarh, May 14, 2014
First Published: 22:12 IST(14/5/2014) | Last Updated: 22:13 IST(14/5/2014)

Students of Shri Dhanwantari Ayurvedic College (SDAC), Sector 46 B submitted a memorandum to Chandigarh administrator Shivraj Patil on the college's affiliation on Wednesday.

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In their memorandum, the students have alleged that PU was unnecessarily delaying the examination of students of batches after 2009. They also stated that since 2007, college has been facing problem a staff crunch.

“Our admissions were done on basis of common entrance test-2009 under supervision of Panjab University.

The counselling was held at Government Medical College and Hospital, Sector 32, and was conducted by Panjab University. All examination fees were submitted to the account of Panjab University,” the students have stated in their memorandum. 

They have alleged that the examinations which PU was to conduct in December 2013 were yet to be conducted, which would further delay students' internship schedule.
 
“We request your good self to do the needful in this case (sic),” they have stated, adding that PU and college management were indulging in a blame game.

The background

The PU had disaffiliated the college in 2009 claiming lack of infrastructure, following which the college approached Punjab and Haryana High Court, which directed provisional affiliation.  Since 2009, admissions are being given on provisional basis. As the college's 2009 batch will graduate this year, students fear that their degrees will not be recognised. (SDAC), Sector 46 B submitted a memorandum to Chandigarh administrator Shivraj Patil on the college's affiliation on Wednesday.

In their memorandum, the students have alleged that PU was unnecessarily delaying the examination of students of batches after 2009. They also stated that since 2007, college has been facing problem a staff crunch.

“Our admissions were done on basis of common entrance test-2009 under supervision of Panjab University.

The counselling was held at Government Medical College and Hospital, Sector 32, and was conducted by Panjab University. All examination fees were submitted to the account of Panjab University,” the students have stated in their memorandum. 

They have alleged that the examinations which PU was to conduct in December 2013 were yet to be conducted, which would further delay students' internship schedule.
 
“We request your good self to do the needful in this case (sic),” they have stated, adding that PU and college management were indulging in a blame game.

The background

The PU had disaffiliated the college in 2009 claiming lack of infrastructure, following which the college approached Punjab and Haryana High Court, which directed provisional affiliation.  Since 2009, admissions are being given on provisional basis. As the college's 2009 batch will graduate this year, students fear that their degrees will not be recognised.


 

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