Mysore

Law students appear for exam in bare chest; flay principal and president

Mysuru, December 29:- As a mark of protest, few students of the reputed Sarada Vilas Law College in the city appeared for their examinations with bare chest on Saturday.

About 10 students of the Sarada Vilas Law College participated in the protest against the principal and the president of the college by appearing for examination in naked chest and wore a black band.

The enraged students alleged that the principal of the college P K Vinutha and president of Sarada Vilas Educational Institution Parthasarathy had allowed students and few government employees to appear for the examination despite having not attended a single class. Though there is an order of compulsory 755 days attendance, both the principal and the president of the college allowed these students to appear for the exam,” they alleged.

“Few students and government employees from Kerala and Bengaluru were allowed to appear and write the exams even though they didn’t possess the minimum 75% attendance. It is alleged that they paid bribe to the principal and president to allow them to write the exams. The management has always targeted the Dalit students,” they alleged.

Meanwhile, student Jayashankar has lodged a complaint with Ashokapuram Police Station against the principal and the president alleging that they were allowing students to appear for the examination in violation of the rules. –(SN, KK)

 

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