Diploma Students demand Carry Over System
Students of several polytechnic colleges in Gulbarga held protest rallies in Gulbarga on Thursday for the third day in a succession.
The protesters wanted the State Government to introduce the carryover system for students pursuing diploma courses.
Different organisations appeared to be competing with each other in leading the protests of the students of polytechnic colleges on the same issue.
Under the banner of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), students of polytechnic college held a ‘rasta roko’ agitatyion here on Thursday.
Movement of traffic was disrupted for over half an hour in the morning at Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel Chowk. Later, they held a protest demonstration in front of the Deputy Commissioner’s office and submitted a memorandum to the Deputy Commissioner.
The protests that began on Tuesday have been led by different organisations but on the same issue.
Students of polytechnic colleges protested under the banner of the Karnataka Rakshana Vedike ( Praveen Shetty ) on Tuesday held a protest demonstration in front of the Deputy Commissioner’s office.
They urged the Government to allow first and second year students, who have not passed in all subjects, to be admitted to the next year of study. In short, they demanded that the carry – over system be introduced in diploma courses.
Then, on Wednesday, the rival Karnataka Rakshana Vedike (Narayan Gowda), staged a similar protest on the same issue. Movement of traffic was affected for over an hour in Gulbarga city when the vedike members, along with students, staged a protest.