Monday, August 26, 2013


LUDHIANA, AUGUST 26:-(7starnews)

The Punjab Agricultural University (PAU) authorities today held a meeting with the parents of the protesting students of all the four constituent colleges, who reached the campus in large number on the invite of PAU. The Deans of the respective colleges apprised the parents of the rustication decision of B. Tech. student, Mr. Dilpreet Chahal and admission cancellation of two M. Tech. students. Mr. Chahal was earlier dropped from the University roll due to extremely poor academic performance and readmitted twice on mercy plea. He was placed under conduct probation twice due to acts of indiscipline. First time, he was placed under conduct probation in 2011 because he forged signature of his advisor. Second time, he was expelled from the hostel and was kept on conduct probation for indulging in fight with other students. Thus he was liable for severe punishment of being dropped from the University for any act of indiscipline as he did this time, lying on the road side in an inebriated condition. The M. Tech. students Mr.

The parents were shocked to see the photographs of the students lying on roadside under the influence of liquor, which were sent by the morning walkers, and endorsed the University's action as a right step and fully justified. They were of the opinion that such an act of indiscipline should not be tolerated at any cost. The parents told the authorities that their wards wanted to attend the classes but they are being forced to join the agitation. They requested the University authorities to ensure smooth conduct of the classes. The PAU authorities decided to take strict action against those students who are indulging in indiscipline by disrupting classes and disturbing the functioning of various University offices. The University administration has issued notice to the students to return to their classes and call off the unjustified strike to maintain their minimum attendance of 75% for Undergraduate and 80% for Postgraduate students required to become eligible for taking examinations. In case the striking students do not attend classes, the University authorities will be forced to get the hostels vacated and even scrap the semester.
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