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Friday, July 12, 2013 1:24:17 PM (IST)  

Bantwal: Trivial issue leads to conflict in college, police issue warning

Bantwal: Trivial issue leads to conflict in college, police issue warning

Daijiworld Media Network Bantwal (SP)

Bantwal, Jul 12: Contributing further to the uneasy environment already prevailing in the government first grade college at Vittal, the police were summoned there again on Thursday July 11 after friction arose between the principal of the college and the students on a frivolous issue.

It is learnt that some first year BCom degree course students of the college, through a letter addressed to the principal, asked him to equally distribute students belonging to a particular religion to both the sections of the degree course.

They said that students from a specific religion were facing problems, as students from a another religion far outnumbered them in section B.

The students requested the principal to re-distribute the students between these two sections, without allotting classes based on religious affiliation, equally. This gave rise to verbal frictions between the principal and a section of the students.

The principal thereafter called the police, who came on the scene and talked to the concerned. They asked the principal and students to reach a compromise in the issue before Friday, failing which all the 20 signatories to the letter were directed to come to the police station.


Comments on this article
albert, mangalore
Sunday, July 14, 2013

Those who think religion is superior to mother land they are free o jump into Arabian ocean. Or else open the our borders for few hours such that all such creatures will cross border and live and enjoy instead of causing disturbance here

Aadil Khan, Kasaragod, Saudi Arabia
Saturday, July 13, 2013

When we studied in schools and colleges, we never heard of or felt any religious bias. Just classmates and friends and nothing beyond, no matter one belongs to which religion.

But in these days, especially in South Kanara, schools and colleges are divided on religious lines. I think political parties are responsible for the current fate of educational institution.

R.Bhandarkar, M'lore
Saturday, July 13, 2013

This shows how frightening the problem is and how deep the 'roots'
have gone? Next what?
Separate Toilets?
Same 'Blood'(!) transfusions when required?
Instigators should be brought to book at once.

sundari ashoknagar, Mangalore
Friday, July 12, 2013

B.com kalpuna budid komu galate malpere bather attha. Ee jogleg ithe B.com kalpere panle. Politics pura bokka kalpoli. Ithe mooji kaasda kelasa malthinda bokka mann thinod apund jokule.dumbu galate malthinakulu ithe mann thinod uller. Guru devobhava. Shapa thinodchi.

Francis D'sa, Mangalore/Jeddah
Friday, July 12, 2013

SARI BAREDAR ODED KUSHI AND JAWANEREG ITTE GOTU APUJI PRAYDA DOSHA.

Girish, Karkala / Riyadh
Friday, July 12, 2013

Jawanare college gu kalpare popuna or Jathi dharma pand ladayi malparena...! ancha pand anda college bud du BD, PFI serle. college du oduna jokleg upadra malpade....!

Kishore, Mangalore
Friday, July 12, 2013

Jeevan, I think you dont know the art or basic common sense of commenting. For every little reason you seem to blame Congress.Let your comment be on the crux of the issue and let it not hypothetical.Even if your neighbor dies also you will blame congress perhaps. Please advice the students to concentrate on education rather than giving these cheap comments.

Clifford, Mangalore
Friday, July 12, 2013

What are these students going to college for?-to study and make a future for themselves or to get trained in communal politics.If Principal is not allowed to run his college according to what he thinks is the best way then there is no point in having Principal or any teachers. I wonder if these students parents have any say in this matter and to control their children. These type of activities should be nipped in bud.Any student getting any disruptive activities should be given a warning and their parents should be informed and next step is to kick them out of college and let them go to gutter where they rightly belong.

Anil, Mangalore/ Dubai
Friday, July 12, 2013

My serious advise to these students is to concentrate mainly into education.
Present world is very much competitive and this is the important time for you to set a path for your future, hence don't repent when it is to late...

Edward C Maben, Mangalore/Bangalore
Friday, July 12, 2013

I strongly agree with Ismail. This trend should be nipped from the bud. Schools and colleges are considered sacred places where we learn wisdom. But a few of the present generation thinks they are heroes falling into such dirty games. Why do they go to school in the first place when they don't even belong to civilized society. Stop being apes and become humans, guys.

jeevan, mangalore
Friday, July 12, 2013

Sickluar congi behind this game plan...
Congi should be away from education institution..

Raman, Mangalore
Saturday, July 13, 2013

hey jeevana..
have some sense before comment...

samuel sadanand, balmatta/kuwait
Friday, July 12, 2013

these are the after effects of the previous government...

Gabriel Francis ( Gabbu), Mangalore
Friday, July 12, 2013

Politics on religion n communities at college ? What are they going to college for ? To learn to live ? To learn subject ? TO learn ethics to help live better life ? To prepare for future n build nation ?

What is the purpose of education ? Pricipal n students are biased in mind for sure.

ISMAIL.K.PERINJE, PERINJE-YANBU/KSA
Friday, July 12, 2013

STUPID AND FOOLISH STUDENTS.WHAT KIND OF EDUCATION THEY ARE GETTING?IN FACT,VERY DANGEROUS TREND.SUCH KIND OF SCENARIOS WIDEN THE GAP BETWEEN COMMUNITIES TO COMMUNITIES IN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS WHICH IS INDEED A ISSUE OF DISTURBANCES.WE ARE GALLOPING TO 21 CENTURIES BUT OUR MENTALITIES AND BEHAVIOR IS VERY PRIMITIVE AND UNCULTURED.WHOEVER DOING THIS MISCHIEF ARE UNFIT TO LIVE IN THE CIVILIZED SOCIETY.

Arjun, Moodbidri
Friday, July 12, 2013

Agreed!!!!

Yentha vichitra makkalu...

 
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