RAJBIRAJ: Students of Mahendra Bindeshwori Multiple Campus in Rajbiraj launched a protest demanding regular classes at the Campus. The agitating students protested the Campus administration’s failure to conduct regular classes even while the annual examinations are approaching near. Organising a press conference on Thursday at the Campus, they informed that they were forced to resort to agitation as the concerns they earlier had raised fell into deaf ears. Radheshyam Yadav, a BSc second year student, said professors and teachers are marking attendance without teaching any classes. Claiming that he could not see any regular class in the first year, Yadav stated his hopes for regular classes in second year also went in vain. He added that the teachers have threatened to reduce their marks in the practical examinations if they spilled out internal information of the college to media. Likewise, Shambhu Kumar Thakur, another BSc second year student, said they are forced to give exams without attending the classes. Students are forced to pay fees for library and practical classes, however, the facilities are not provided, he added. According to the sources, most of the teachers do not teach at the Campus as they have opened their own colleges or engaged in other private colleges. The Campus Chief, Chiranjivi Lal Dev, however, said he will try to address all the problems faced by the students. The Campus was established in 1957 by Bindeshowri Prasad Singh, from support of the then King Mahendra Shah.
Students protest for regular classes in Rajbiraj
Published: 03:24 pm Jun 18, 2015