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Sena men take up cudgels for students

Wednesday, 23 July 2014 - 10:33am IST | Place: Pune | Agency: dna

Pune : The members of Shivsena's students' wing along with Shivsena MLA from Kothrud, Chandrakant Mokate on Tuesday gheraoed the deputy director (education) Suman Shinde and alleged that despite having on line procedure for class XI admission this time, there are close to 8000 students who have still not been allotted the colleges and demanded that by end of the month, if these students are not accommodated, they will be forced to agitate in 'Shivsena style'.

While talking to dna, the president of youth wing of Shivsena, Kiran Sali said that there are average 300 to 400 students per college who are still not got admission and adopting to on line, off line and table admission process, if students are not getting colleges, then it seems that the entire process is faulty.

"We met Shinde and asked her to accommodate students as soon as possible and also asked her to allot nearby colleges to girls who were allotted colleges which are far from their residences," he said.

He added the it has been now over 25 days since the first merit list was announced and still the education department is not done with the process and several students are out of the system and waiting for the colleges.

"We have given them ultimatum till July 31 and if all these students are not accommodated, we will be forced to agitate in our style," he warned.

When contacted, shinde, she said that the entire process is transparent and only few students, who did not report to the colleges allotted them in the merit lists, are left and they will be accommodated in the table admission process at the colleges.


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