Tripura: Students of College of Veterinary Sciences withdraw their 2-day-long strike

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By Our Reporter

Agartala | May 31, 2018

Students of the College of Veterinary Sciences & A.H., R.K. Nagar, Tripura today withdrew their 2-day-long strike after the Director of the institute in presence of media, police and members of Tripura Veterinary Council promised the students that they would soon solve their issue of pending registration numbers that has been halted for almost 2 years now.

Students of the only Veterinary College in Tripura locked the college gates and sat for a strike in front of the college corridors on 28th May in demand for their registrations which the college administration has not been providing for the past two years. After appealing several times to the previous and present regimes the students today finally agitated against college administration.

While speaking to the media one of the student had earlier said that " we have been requesting the college administration for a long time to give us our registration numbers but the administration is not at all serious about it. Without registration our degrees have no value. We can't even apply for TPSC jobs".

The Students have also been told that Minister for Animal Resource Development will discuss the issues of the students with the Central government. At last the students agreed to withdraw their strike in hope of getting their registration numbers in the coming days.