NSUI Telangana device to establish effort for entry of grievances by pupils to NHRC | Hyderabad News

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NSUI Telangana president Balmoori Venkat

HYDERABAD: The National Students Union of India (NSUI) is starting a campaign requesting the pupils of junior, level and post-secondary schools to submit their understanding and suggestions into the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on its site over various topics of interest to the entrance examinations, continuing academic year amongst others.
NSUI state president Balmoori Venkat stated there’s a great deal of confusion among the student community and parents concerning the forthcoming academic year and other issues related to schooling.
“The pupils should submit their grievances involving July 23 and July 26 on nhrc.india.nic.in. A delegation of NSUI members will meet NHRC members and reflect the problems on July 27,” he explained.
Stating the pupils are concerned over their security in view of coronavirus, he required that the authorities shouldn’t act in hurry to begin the academic year without requiring appropriate and efficient security measures for its pupils.
Balamoori Venkat required each of the pupils of intermediate who’ve paid their examination fee have to be encouraged as the supplemental examinations are cancelled by the authorities of Telangana.
The authorities should ensure the electronic infrastructure of this nation has to be developed and also guarantee it is made available to everyone especially the poor in the rural regions before beginning online courses.
“The state government must establish a committee to look in the cancellation of shared entrance examinations (CET) examinations and admissions and marketing of pupils in junior, diploma and PG schools. Another committee ought to be installed to control the fee and also rein in the management of corporate and private educational institutions charging exorbitant amounts of money in the parents,” explained Balmoori Venkat.

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