Muslim Student At Delhi School Of Journalism Alleges Discrimination;Claims Attendance Not Given Even After Attending Lectures

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Not long ago did the institution established but not with the seamless waves. Delhi School of Journalism has always been the focus of attention and that too for all the bad reasons. Students of DSJ and various political groups have protested against the issues that needed to be looked upon by the authorities, be it the students being charged high fees, lack of permanent faculty or being media lab deficient and what not.

Another case has emerged out of Delhi School of Journalism wherein a Muslim student has alleged of being a victim of gender discrimination.The student has claimed that he has been marked absent and had not been given the attendance despite of being present in the class in the subjects of Tamil and Broadcast Journalism and also he claims to have some sort of evidence which proves that he was present in the class.

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Regarding the issue, the student has endeavoured to approach the higher authorities and has filed an application to the director of DSJ and plead them to take the necessary action required

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Jasleen Kaur Gulati
A 2nd year student pursuing B.A programme and an aspiring writer she is , endeavoring to tweak the skills through pen down thoughts into words....!!!!

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