Kashmiri Students In Dehradun Allege ‘Loot’ By Consultants


Anantnag:-The Kashmiri students studying in various colleges in Dehradun Uttrakhand have alleged that they are forced to pay extra fee for completing their semesters.

Talking to Kashmir Observer one of the student studying in Dehradun alleged that the college authorities forced him to pay extra fee. “College authorities told me to pay the extra fee or they will not allow me to sit in the examination,” he said.

A student from south Kashmir’s Pulwama alleged that in Sai Institute of Paramedical and Allied Science College some consultants from Kashmir ‘loot’ students during admission sessions. He said that a consultant from Kulgam area took  45% extra from college fee from him.

Students alleged that some Kashmiri consultant agents are hand in glove with the college authorities and in turn ‘loot’ Kashmiri students.

According to students there are clear cut instructions from the Garwal Central University Uttrakhand to take the normal fee from students, but to their surprise and shock“the college has been demanding 20% or 50% extra per year from each student.””In the name of education, we’re being looted, “said students

“This is injustice towards us. We are not in a postion to pay extra fee. The government and University must make the college authorities accountable so that they cannot loot us,” said students

The students have appealed the State Education Minister to look into the matter.

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