Parents of students awaiting admissions in the Right To Education category, 20 days after schools reopened, blocked a road after officials of the District Education Office said they were unavailable to meet them.
On Tuesday, the TISS management, through its registrar, filed a fresh notice of motion, seeking a restraint on students from displaying posters, banners and defacing campus walls, protesting, obstructing normal movements of staff and others.
High drama was witnessed Thursday at PAU campus as the students of B.Sc (agriculture) protested against the authorities. The students alleged that Punjab government is trying to make them ‘scouts’ and for this their course itinerary has also been compromised.
Even as students said they were being intimidated by faculty members asking them not to participate in the movement, over 500 handwritten letters to the institute director have been collected and will be submitted to the management.