KL NEWS NETWORK
All Parties Hurriyat Conference (g) Wednesday appealed the management of the Kashmir Government Polytechnic (KGP) to “soften its harsh stand” with regarding to the students who have been asked not to sit in the upcoming semester examination for shortage in attendance.
Notably, scores of KGP students Tuesday held a protest demonstration as they were not allowed to sit in their exams.
Hurriyat (g) said that the decision of the College authorities will “not only put the careers of the students at stake but it can also have negative impacts on their state of mind”.
According to a statement issued to KNS, Hurriyat (g) said, “a delegation of the said students also came to the Hurriyat office here at Hyderpora and appraised the office about the issue. The students expressed their deep concern that if they are not allowed to sit in the exams, their entire academic year.”
“The officials present at the Hurriyat office advised the students to concentrate on their studies and told them that the education is the basis of every civilized society and it also guarantees better future of the nations,” the statement quoted the conversation.
Hurriyat (g) appealed the management of the Polytechnic College to rethink over their decision regarding to the said students and give them a chance to appear in the exams.