Demand for admission to CHS school through entrance; The students said – the rights of the talented children are being snatched away. Demand to abolish e-lottery admission in Varanasi’s CHS School; Memorandum submitted to the Vice Chancellor


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For the last three months in BHU, there has been a demand to get admission in CHS school through entrance. In this sequence, even today the students staged a sit-in protest.

Protest against e-lottery system admission in CHS School of Banaras Hindu University took place. Students also staged a sit-in protest outside the central office in BHU by barricading the gate. The students raised slogans saying that the Constitution was being flouted by e-lottery. It is unconstitutional. Restore the entrance system. Members of Aam Aadmi Party BHU unit and Yuva Sangharsh Samiti raised slogans against the university.

The students staged a sit-in in the central office of BHU.

The students staged a sit-in in the central office of BHU.

During this, the officials of the Proctorial Board tried to get the Central Office vacated by talking to the students. During this, the security guards forcibly removed the students from the gate. After the tussle, the students raised slogans and were adamant to meet the Vice-Chancellor. However, Dr. Dhirendra Rai, the Proctor who reached there, took the memorandum of the students in the name of the Vice Chancellor at the gate itself. After this the protest which had been going on for about an hour ended.

Rights being snatched from the children of 9th and 11th
While giving a sit-in, the students said that the central and state governments have been hawking the higher education policy, but they do not see this flawed system. Admission of meritorious children of class 9th and 11th is being stopped by e-lottery system in CHS of Varanasi, the parliamentary constituency of the Prime Minister. Their rights are being snatched, identity and priority is being given to the influential. This is injustice. Referring to the Indian Constitution, the students said that education is our right under Article 29 of the Indian Constitution. Along with this, education has also been talked about in the 11 Fundamental Duties given in Article 51 (A). It is the job of the state government to provide free education from 8 years to 14 years of every class caste child of India.

The government is taking a big hit on higher education
While giving a sit-in, the students said that the central and state governments have been hawking the higher education policy, but they do not see this flawed system. Admission of meritorious children of class 9th and 11th is being stopped by e-lottery system in CHS of Varanasi, the parliamentary constituency of the Prime Minister. Their rights are being snatched, identity and priority is being given to the influential. This is injustice. Referring to the Indian Constitution, the students said that education is our right under Article 29 of the Indian Constitution. Along with this, education has also been talked about in the 11 Fundamental Duties given in Article 51 (A). It is the job of the state government to provide free education from 8 years to 14 years of every class caste child of India.

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