Wednesday, July 23, 2014

SGC Teaching and Non-Teaching community urges students to resume classes

GANGTOK, 22 July: Sikkim Government College Teaching and Non-Teaching community has appealed to the students to resume their classes so that their studies are not hampered. They have appealed for peace and harmony in the campus and urged the students not to believe in rampant rumours and false allegations.
In a press release, the Sikkim Government College Teaching and Non-teaching community has said that it sympathises with the students and condemns the violence that took place from 14-16 July. In a meeting held on 21 July they also welcomed the roll-back of the fee hike by the HRD department.
They further agreed to cooperate fully with the one-man committee set up by the state government to investigate the lathi charge on college students at Tadong.
The release states that on 16 July, under the guise of the student protest, some anti-social elements entered the campus and resorted to vandalizing. The College community strongly condemns this, it adds.

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