National Institute of Open School passed out denied admission in GCW Udhampur

National Institute of Open School passed out denied admission in GCW Udhampur

Jammu, September 01: “This is my college and I will do as I like to”, said  Kuldeep Singh, Principal of GCW Udhampur  when he was asked about why he denied admission of a NIOS pass out.

The management at Government College for Women on the orders of Principal Kuldeep Singh has denied the admission of one Chetna Sharma because of the fact that the girl has passed her class 12th (SSC) from National Institute of Open School (NIOS) despite the decision taken in the meeting held by the standing committee held on 10/09/.2012 vide order no 10 which clearly states the students having passed their 12th from National Institute of Open School (NIOS) are eligible to seek admission in Undergraduate courses.

The rowdy attitude of the college administration shattered the dreams of the girls by denying her right of pursuing desirable education. According to the father of the girl, this incident has disturbed whole of the family. He said that the principal denied the admission of his daughter saying the documents applied for the admission are not authentic.

The parents of girl even have also pursued the case in front of Deputy Commissioner of Udhampur Shahid Iqbal who forward a letter in this regard so that the girl can pursue her education but principal of college refused to honor the letter with a lame excuse stating we don’t accept the letters by hand and get through properly channel then it will only be entertained.

Not just this but the principal of college refused to admit the girl even when her father managed to attain a letter directly by Registrar academics to get her admitted using his own resources.

Principal of the college Kuldeep Singh when asked about the reason for this rude attitude towards the girl tried to evade initially but when probed he shunning all ethics of courtesy and mannerism used crude words said Do whatever you want to do and write as you like and hung up the phone.

(inputs from Early Times)

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