Published: 06th October 2018
Setting up a student Union in colleges is essential, says Madura College former Principal
'Education Seminar' jointly organised by All India Democratic Students Organisation and All India School Education Committee at Gandhi Museum on Friday
The Madura College former Principal R Murali appealed the college management to set up a student union as per the supreme court guideline and it is the right of the students during 'Education Seminar' jointly organised by All India Democratic Students Organisation and All India School Education Committee at Gandhi Museum on Friday.R Murali in his speech stated the appointments in the educational institutions including Vice Chancellor are done in the form of money.
He asked the students to develop themselves by reading many books, especially the biography of eminent persons and form groups to discuss common issues in and around the nation and world. He appeal the students to read the newspaper on daily basis to enrich their knowledge and write about their thought in a separate note, it will be take the students to go ahead in the way of development, he added.
He further spoke about the youth power with suitable incidence and said that form as a group to raise their voice for the issue which to affect them and the society. P Vijayakumar, former General Secretary of MUTA, in his speech spoke about the pros and cons of the central government's announcement of dissolve the University Grants Commission (UGC) and replace it with a new Higher Education Commission of India (HECI).V N Rajasekar, All India Deputy President of AIDSO in his speech reasoned out the implementation of 'NEET' exam in India and how the present government supporting the foreign students to take up medical courses in India based on General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade(GATT).
He said that both the Congress and BJP had the same ideology and they are like two sides of the coin, he added. He also pointed out that how the people's tax money is spending for the corporate, he quoted.S H Thilakar, Convener of AIDSO contempt the government policy of automatic promotion till class VIII and appealed the government to implement retention policy from Class I, he added.M J Walder, State Secretary of AIDSO spoke about the sexual harassment on women in education institutions.