IGNTU VC concerned over campus vandalism

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IMPHAL, July 6: The Indira Gandhi National Tribal University Vice-Chancellor, professor TV Kattimani has called upon the students against vandalism in the university campus.

Extended his greetings towards the students of the university in a letter, TV Kattimani said that the university is indebted to the Central Government for having conceived of creating a Tribal University with its national jurisdiction for Inclusive Development through imparting education to tribal youths.

However, he stressed that the vandalism caused by the students and cancellation of admission entrance examinations have severely affected the future of the aspiring students.

It said the IGBTU has not done any negligence in its duty in responding to the demands of the students in the best possible manner.

It is unfortunate that some of the student leaders haveworked against the interests and functioning of academics and administration and even goes to length to ransack the offices of the rented buildings and threaten to make further damages to the property, the letter said.

It has been requested to the students to give constructive and pragmatic suggestions for improving efficiency in the delivery system and refrain from doing such kinds of vandalism and paralysing the Regional Campus Manipur at Imphal said the Vice-Chancellor in the letter made available to the media.

 

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