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DMU students demand removal of VC and Registrar

by Konthoujam Gita
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DMU students demand removal of VC and Registrar

IT News
Imphal, July 6

Dhanamanjuri University Students’ Union (DMSU) is calling for the removal of the current Vice Chancellor (VC) and registrar over administrative failures.
Yumnam Clinton Mangang, a student from LMS Law College, reported that DMU undergraduate students convened a meeting today to address their concerns.
The students expressed frustration over the administration’s disregard for student issues, attributing this to the absence of a regular VC and registrar. He said that “the university has not had regular staff for the past six years. Currently, Gyan Prakash serves as the VC while also holding the position of Commissioner of Home and Higher Education, and L. Nivedita serves as the registrar in addition to her roles as Director of Transport and Additional Secretary of Higher Education.”
DMSU has protested many times demanding regular VC and registrar but their demands have not been met.
DMSU has also raised other key issues raised such as the university’s failure to conduct exams on time and the delayed announcement of results. The students highlighted that “the delayed declaration of the 6th semester exam results could jeopardize their prospects for further studies at other universities.”
The students are demanding the immediate removal of the current VC and registrar, whom they accuse of neglecting their duties, and the appointment of regular officials to these positions to ensure the proper functioning of the university.

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