The part time teachers who have been placing their demands to the Campus administration from time to time have launched a protest movement, boycotting classes after the administration allegedly used ‘threatening’ language instead of fulfilling their demands.
The part time teachers have been teaching for six years taking Rs 120 per period. They have warned that they would not join work until their demands were fulfilled. RSS
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