Several students of the Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) demonstrated on Monday demanding the reopening of the campus and waiving the fees for the second semester. A group of students from IIMC’s Hindi Journalism, Urdu Journalism and Radio and TV departments alleged that the institute has been conducting online classes from March 30, despite promising to conduct classes with physical presence (offline) in the second semester. .
Students said in a statement, “Elections are being held at a large scale in the country, rallies are being addressed, then why is it being avoided to ensure the presence of students in educational institutions?” Online study of journalism is not possible, which is a practical course. ”
The students also demanded the extension of the course duration for a few months and waived the fees for the second semester. The protesting students also talked about continuing their protest in the event that their demands were not met.
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