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Students’ unrest has mounted up in DAV Bachelor of Education College

Koraput: 31/10/17;Students’ unrest has mounted up in Odisha’s Koraput district headquarters township with agitated students locking up the DAV Bachelor of Education College seeking the immediate transfer of the principal of the institution

The students boycotted the classes and locked up the entrance gate of the college. Police forces have rushed to the spot to avert possible breach of law and order situation. No untoward incident has however occurred so far, police said.

The college principal has caste-bound grouse against a section of students. His acts of misbehavior have hurt the sentiments of students’ community. Therefore, he should be transferred from the place with immediate effect. The higher education department ought to initiate disciplinary proceedings against his caste-bound remarks, alleged the agitating students.


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