HYDERABAD: Dozens of students from the DEd (primary school diploma) course in various minority colleges across the city protested Monday in front of the board of education after they had not received hall tickets for the final exams that began on Monday.
Hall Tickets Denied, DEd Students Hit the Street
About 10 student protesters were placed in preventive detention by Saifabad police and sent to the Gandhi Nagar police station to move in the direction of school education. More than 200 students participated in the demonstration and blamed DSE for the disorder and claimed that they lost two years due to an error of the Department of Education.
“After finishing two years, they say our admission is illegal, we have even finished our practical exams and we are all ready to take our final exams, so we ban the tickets at the hall at this stage is not fair, Said Meghana, one of the students who attended the event. They asked the authorities to issue hall tickets to students from an illegal college. “The authorities say our college is illegal. If so, how did the other students give tickets to the hall,” Ranjith, another student, asked.
Meanwhile, Director of School Education, G Kishan, asked the students if they had filed a police complaint about the problem and questioned them to move around in his cabin. “The students had fun here and accused us of not using the entrance tickets, but we do not know what their college told them.Once we have a formal complaint, we can look into the problem”, Said Kishan. The DEd universities have reported that all these students have been admitted to the second phase of the counseling and that their admissions have not been approved by the authorities concerned.
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“Most of these students are middle-class students and some are admitted to a management quota in other middle colleges, but the government has not approved their admissions. To admit students, “said the director of a DEd College on condition of anonymity. He stated that the government was doing this to eliminate as many private colleges as possible to save on the cost reimbursement amount. All Protestant students belong to lot 2015-17 and paid 12, 500 per year for the course. The students have already lost a year, since the government has declared that 2016 was declared null.