JU students call on Union Ministers, submit memorandum

JU students submitting memorandum to MoS HRD at New Delhi.
JU students submitting memorandum to MoS HRD at New Delhi.

Excelsior Correspondent
NEW DELHI, May 7: A delegation of Jammu University students separately called on Union Minister of State for Human Resource Development, Dr Mahendra Nath Pandey and MoS in PMO, Dr Jitendra Singh for submitting them a memorandum highlighting the demands of JU students.
The delegation, led by Abhinandan Sharma, apprised the HRD Minister about students demand for a free Wi-Fi at JU campus as well as at its off campuses so that internet connectivity is provided to all the students as a part of Digital India initiative.
The JU students explained the problems being faced by them in surfing academics related material due to non-availability of Wi-Fi on the campus. They also highlighted some other issues of the students and appealed the HRD Minister for his personal intervention to ensure free Wi-Fi facility at JU.
The minister assured to issue necessary directions in this regard.
Meanwhile, the JU students also called on MoS in PMO and Member Parliament from Kathua-Udhampur-Doda constituency, Dr Jitendra Singh for apprising him of their same demand and seeking his intervention in this regard.
Dr Jitendra Singh rang up the JU Vice-Chancellor and asked the latter to speed up the project in this regard.
The students’ delegation comprised of Sahil Sangra, Narayan Jasrotia, Rameshwar Padha and others.

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