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Ray of hope for ousted Jamia crusader girl student

After meeting Jamia Millia Islamia Vice Chancellor Professor Talat Ahmad today over the cancellation of PhD enrollment of crusader girl student, members of Dayar-I-Shauq Students’ Charter are hopeful that things might improve.

They have claimed that the V-C has assured them to reconsider the cancellation of PhD admission.

The V-C told OT.COM that he has received papers from students and will look into the matter.

A representative of the DISSC said: “Today students of Jamia marched to the V-C Office and submitted a memorandum signed by 2,000 students demanding the reinstatement of ousted PhD scholar Dhrupadi. After two years of research, suddenly on September 15, 2017, she came to know that her admission has been cancelled from PhD in Sociology Department. Talking to a delegation of PhD scholars, the V-C said on the grounds that Dhrupadi has completed two years of research in the university, he will reconsider the decision of PhD enrollment cancellation.”

It is understood that as announced earlier, the students took out a peaceful rally on the campus at 3 PM today.

And about 4 PM a 5-student delegation met with the V-C at the V-C office, said a student who was part of the delegation.

Requesting anonymity, the student said the university Registrar was also present in the meeting and they presented Dhrupadi’s case requesting justice.

Dhrupadi stayed away from the meeting, said sources.

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