Mohali, September 17
Dealing with the monetary crunch, Punjabi College (Patiala) has determined to shut down its Regional Centre for IT and Administration in Section 7, which had catered to native college students for the previous 20 years.
The centre had been providing a bunch of programs, together with MBA, MBA (Government), MTech (CSE), MCA, MCA (lateral entry),.
Through the inaugural session in September 2000, the centre had over 600 college students however the quantity has gone down significantly and at current, there are solely 60 college students enrolled on the centre, whose operations price the college Rs3.2 crore yearly.
With the Patiala varsity already working a authorities faculty in Section 6 and Khalsa Faculty in Section 3, college students have been requested to shift there. The varsity authorities have transferred 12 school members out of a complete of 18 school members from the centre.
In the meantime, a senior professor of the college had come to the campus to take college students’ consent however the latter raised slogans in protest in opposition to the authorities.
Jaskaran Singh Bhullar, a pupil, stated the school was shifted two months again and since then, college students had been requesting the authorities to not shut the centre. He stated it might be troublesome for them to regulate to the brand new atmosphere in one other faculty. — TNS