NLU Students Launch Indefinite Strike Over Various Demands

Cuttack: Students of the National Law University (NLU) today launched an indefinite protest against poor infrastructure and faculty performance, arbitrary hostel rules and examination policies and fee hike for the incoming batches.

Holding placards and shouting slogans, the students staged a demonstration on the varsity premises.

Students alleged that construction of a separate library building has been stalled over the last few years. “The administration has not given any reasons for increasing the fees for the incoming batch by Rs 30000. The hike would effectively take the total feel payable for the academic year to Rs 2 lakh,” alleged a student.

The students also demanded repair of the ladies hostel at the earliest possible. “Female inmates have been forced to live in half-constructed, fungus-infested and water-logged hostel buildings,” alleged another student.

The agitators threatened to continue their protest until their demands are not fulfilled.

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