BY TC News Desk
Agartala: August 02. The Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) staged a demonstration at Udaipur Degree College, demanding that students should not be deprived of their right to education. The situation escalated as police and paramilitary forces were deployed to control the protest.
The focal point of the agitation is the denied admission of numerous students who passed the higher secondary examination this year but have not yet been given the opportunity to enroll at Netaji Subhas Mahavidyalaya. ABVP alleges that the college administration repeatedly cites a low number of available seats as the reason for refusing admissions, which they find unacceptable.
ABVP officials have been consistently organizing movements, but so far, their efforts have not yielded any positive results. Frustrated by the lack of response, the student organization decided to besiege the office of the college principal at Udaipur Degree College.
In addition to the protest at the college premises, a delegation of ABVP representatives met with the college principal to present their demands. The officials demanded that all students from Udaipur subdivision who have successfully passed the higher secondary examination should be granted admission to the college, ensuring that no deserving student is deprived of higher education opportunities.
As the situation continues to remain tense, authorities are closely monitoring the developments, trying to find a resolution to the ongoing issue. The ABVP’s relentless efforts highlight the urgency of addressing the matter and ensuring that education remains accessible to all deserving students.
The affected students and ABVP members remain adamant in their pursuit of justice, as they firmly believe that no student should be denied their fundamental right to education.