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Students demand more facilities in Dibrugarh University campus

By Staff Correspondent

DIBRUGARH, May 10 - Condemning the Dibrugarh University (DU) authorities for overlooking some of the vital issues of the students within the campus despite complaints, the student community led by the Post Graduate Students� Union (PGSU) today stormed the administrative block of the varsity, seeking response from the authorities.

Citing various neglect by the DU authorities like lack of proper medical facilities, proper safety measures, sports facilities, clean environment in hostels etc., Uttran Goswami, president, PGSU during the demonstration said that the �in Campus Wi-Fi�, as it is described, makes every student proud for the facility. But the annoying part is that the ninety per cent of the departments, centres and students within the campus hardly benefit from the service because it always breaks down. Despite several reminders to the authorities, nothing has been done for its restoration. In the interest of the students and for the academic ambience, the authorities must convert the university into an uninterrupted Wi-Fi campus in true sense, Goswami told the administration during his speech.

The student leaders also criticised the authorities for failing to fulfil its promise to install sanitary napkin vending machines in the girl�s hostels despite making allocation in the annual budget recently. The varsity authorities also invited wrath of the student community for not restoring the Swahid Khogeshwar Talukdar playground and the Rang Ghar auditorium for several months now due to which students have been deprived of sports, cultural and other events.

David Hazarika, general secretary, PGSU , also took a dig at the administration as to how political leaders (Dibrugarh MP and Lahoal MLA) were invited inside the university for laying the foundation of a new proposed hostel without the knowledge of the students. It needs to be mentioned that it has been a standing demand of the students� body of the varsity since past several years that political leaders must not be allowed inside the campus.

Among others, the students� body also demanded 24-hour medical service at the university hospital, withdrawal of examination fee hike, installation of CCTV and high-power street lights at all sensitive areas, electronic podium in each hostels, e-rickshaws and digital sign boards etc.

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Students demand more facilities in Dibrugarh University campus

DIBRUGARH, May 10 - Condemning the Dibrugarh University (DU) authorities for overlooking some of the vital issues of the students within the campus despite complaints, the student community led by the Post Graduate Students� Union (PGSU) today stormed the administrative block of the varsity, seeking response from the authorities.

Citing various neglect by the DU authorities like lack of proper medical facilities, proper safety measures, sports facilities, clean environment in hostels etc., Uttran Goswami, president, PGSU during the demonstration said that the �in Campus Wi-Fi�, as it is described, makes every student proud for the facility. But the annoying part is that the ninety per cent of the departments, centres and students within the campus hardly benefit from the service because it always breaks down. Despite several reminders to the authorities, nothing has been done for its restoration. In the interest of the students and for the academic ambience, the authorities must convert the university into an uninterrupted Wi-Fi campus in true sense, Goswami told the administration during his speech.

The student leaders also criticised the authorities for failing to fulfil its promise to install sanitary napkin vending machines in the girl�s hostels despite making allocation in the annual budget recently. The varsity authorities also invited wrath of the student community for not restoring the Swahid Khogeshwar Talukdar playground and the Rang Ghar auditorium for several months now due to which students have been deprived of sports, cultural and other events.

David Hazarika, general secretary, PGSU , also took a dig at the administration as to how political leaders (Dibrugarh MP and Lahoal MLA) were invited inside the university for laying the foundation of a new proposed hostel without the knowledge of the students. It needs to be mentioned that it has been a standing demand of the students� body of the varsity since past several years that political leaders must not be allowed inside the campus.

Among others, the students� body also demanded 24-hour medical service at the university hospital, withdrawal of examination fee hike, installation of CCTV and high-power street lights at all sensitive areas, electronic podium in each hostels, e-rickshaws and digital sign boards etc.

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