Delhi School Of Journalism Students Writes Letter To Vice Chancellor Complaining About The Way College Is Operating

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Students of Delhi school of Journalism appealed to the Vice chancellor of Delhi University about the improvement of essential and fundamental facilities.

According to students of Delhi school of Journalism,they don’t have plenty of teachers.The classroom for the upcoming batch doesn’t have any chairs,as all Delhi University classes started from 20th July but due to scarcity of teachers,classroom and chairs the classes of first year haven’t been started yet.

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According to students of Delhi school of Journalism,they don’t have any media lab for practice of the subject and the laptop which were provided have been taken back.

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Moreover students of Delhi school of Journalism complained about the library,instead of library they have a reading room only which has a capacity of ten students to sit and read. The students mentioned that due to lack of books and reading space they are facing a lot of problem with their studies.

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Kumari Shivanjali
I'm a student of economics at Kamala Nehru college , a council member of my department and a member Of Nupur ( Indian classical and folk dance society of my college) .I love dancing , writing peoms and ya of course exploring the places where I go.

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