HYDERABAD: In an open letter addressed to the scholars of Rajiv Gandhi College of Data Applied sciences (RGUKT), popularly often known as IIIT-Basara, Schooling Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy promised to take motion on the calls for and urged them to finish their stir.
The letter was issued at some point after the appointment of a brand new Director, Dr Satish Kumar Peddapelli, at RGUKT. The Minister in her letter mentioned that the federal government had additionally despatched Venkata Ramana, the vice-chairman of the Increased Schooling Division to the scholars to carry talks.
“Not solely as a Minister however as a mom, I really feel pained, wanting on the youngsters protesting within the sizzling solar and rain. That is your authorities. The federal government will deal with your issues. Please focus on,” she wrote. “The decision of a minor difficulty has been delayed late as a result of Covid-19 pandemic. RGUKT has a scholar organisation physique and the problems could be solved by way of inner discussions,” she mentioned.
“This college has a speciality. Underneath the imaginative and prescient of Chief Minister Ok Charasekhar Rao, the variety of college students on the institute have been elevated to 1,500 from 1000. Nationwide and worldwide firms recruit college students from the campus. Such an establishment’s repute shouldn’t be broken,” she added, requesting the scholars to cease protesting.