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Seat crunch at Haflong Govt College

By Correspondent

HAFLONG, June 15 � The future of hundreds of students of Dima Hasao district has become uncertain as they were denied admission in the Haflong Government College for lack of accommodation in the college. The Haflong Government College, the only higher educational institution in the entire district of Dima Hasao, has been without adequate infrastructure and teaching staff since the last one decade.

It may be mentioned here that most students of the district are from poor families who cannot afford to bear the expenses of studying outside the district. They will suffer the most on account of the denial of admission owing to lack of space and other reasons.

The Haflong Government College has failed to draw the attention of the authorities concerned towards the problems plaguing it despite repeated approaches for help in this regard. The college is lagging behind the other government colleges of the State.

This time around, more than 500 admission forms were submitted for a total 300 seats in both morning and afternoon shifts following which the college administration was in a fix. The college has been functioning with only 39 teachers out of 69 posts available for a long time. Earlier too, the problem of seat crunch in the college was reported to the authorities concerned, but till date nothing was done to resolve the matter.

Meanwhile, representatives of the Dimasa Students� Union (DSU) met the principal of the college and requested him to find out an amicable solution to the problem of seat scarcity. They also inspected the ongoing works of the college along with the principal. Thalendra Dibragede, president, DSU, told this correspondent that the student body has approached the authorities concerned time and again for the betterment of the college, but nothing has materialised so far.

The DSU has decided to stage a sit-in demonstration on Monday, demanding immediate filling of the vacant posts of teachers and setting up of adequate infrastructure of the college.

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Seat crunch at Haflong Govt College

HAFLONG, June 15 � The future of hundreds of students of Dima Hasao district has become uncertain as they were denied admission in the Haflong Government College for lack of accommodation in the college. The Haflong Government College, the only higher educational institution in the entire district of Dima Hasao, has been without adequate infrastructure and teaching staff since the last one decade.

It may be mentioned here that most students of the district are from poor families who cannot afford to bear the expenses of studying outside the district. They will suffer the most on account of the denial of admission owing to lack of space and other reasons.

The Haflong Government College has failed to draw the attention of the authorities concerned towards the problems plaguing it despite repeated approaches for help in this regard. The college is lagging behind the other government colleges of the State.

This time around, more than 500 admission forms were submitted for a total 300 seats in both morning and afternoon shifts following which the college administration was in a fix. The college has been functioning with only 39 teachers out of 69 posts available for a long time. Earlier too, the problem of seat crunch in the college was reported to the authorities concerned, but till date nothing was done to resolve the matter.

Meanwhile, representatives of the Dimasa Students� Union (DSU) met the principal of the college and requested him to find out an amicable solution to the problem of seat scarcity. They also inspected the ongoing works of the college along with the principal. Thalendra Dibragede, president, DSU, told this correspondent that the student body has approached the authorities concerned time and again for the betterment of the college, but nothing has materialised so far.

The DSU has decided to stage a sit-in demonstration on Monday, demanding immediate filling of the vacant posts of teachers and setting up of adequate infrastructure of the college.

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