Students of Maharaja College in trouble; RTI activist appeals UoM to intervene

Mysuru, March 10:- “The lecturers have not been taking regular classes at Maharaja College on JLB Road in the city. It has put the students to a lot of inconvenience,” alleged Right to Information (RTI) activist Mirle M Mohan at a press meet held at Mysuru Press Club on Friday.

“The lecturers who are irregular in taking classes were giving reason that they are taking classes for PhD candidates and monitoring the hostel. This is affecting the education of the students. University of Mysore should intervene and resolve the matter at the earliest,” he said.

The RTI activist also urged the government to bring down the retirement age from 65 years as it would benefit the unemployed youths.-(KMR, NGB)

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