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Students demand to increase stipend for internship

Students demand to increase in stipend
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Hassan: Veterinary students staged an indefinite strike in front of the college demanding an increase in stipend for a one-year internship at veterinary college.
For the last 8 years, the state government is giving only 14 thousand rupees. He demanded to increase in the stipend given as our families are not financially strong.
In this case, students will have to undergo a one-year compulsory internship program as part of our curriculum across the state to interact with the media. For the last 8 years, the state government has been giving a stipend of Rs.14 thousand. Since then till today there has been no revision of salary. Food, accommodation, transport and medical expenses are to be met in this limited stipend. And for the internship program, we will charge Rs. 45,000 to be paid as college fees. Hence the current stipend is not very practical. He complained that the current rate of inflation would make it more impractical. Percentage of total seats. The state government has made it mandatory to reserve 50 per cent of the seats for students from an agricultural background. As these families are mostly not financially strong, it is difficult for them to meet these expenses. From our state government M.B. B.S. He said that the internship stipend for students has been increased to Rs.30,000 recently.
Considering these reasons, we are continuously requesting our state government to increase the stipend. But the state government has not taken it seriously and no fruitful action has been taken so far. So we, B.V.S.C. and A.H. have decided to go on strike in all five colleges until the students get a fruitful response. So we students of Hassan Veterinary College are ready to stage dharna in our college premises along with your Anu Mati and we assure you. We will not create any public nuisance on the campus while on strike. He requested to support the peaceful strike and make it a big success.
Veterinary College students Samatha, Arsha D, Pramod, Vishwas, Ahamed, Gurucharan, Vinod, Jayashree, and Sanjana were present.

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