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GBPEC students protest as their college has been removed from the list of colleges affiliated by IP university: 

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New Delhi: On Monday, students of GBPEC( GB Pant Government Engineering College) protested outside Vikas Bhavan The students protest against the Delhi government and alleged that their college’s name was not in the kist kg institutions affiliated with GGSIP University. 

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Students said that this was an attempt to shut their colleges GBPEC and this would jeopardise the opportunities ties if their placements. IP university said that those colleges which have been removed from the list will be affiliated with Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology. Further IP University said that till now there is no confirmation for the same from Delhi government. 

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Abhay Goyal is a third-year student. Abhay said, 

“The college has been affiliated with IP University since 2007. In 2017, we had protested demanding a better campus and facilities. The AAP government had promised to provide Rs 530 crore to develop the new campus. But last Friday, the college’s name was removed from IP University’s admission counselling list. This will impact third-year students as there may not be any campus placements because no company would want to hire people from a college that is shutting down.”

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GBPEC students protest

GBPEC students protest as their college has been removed from the list of colleges affiliated by IP university:

ABVP members and students assembled outside Vikas Bhavan on Monday while they were on their way to CM’s residence. Siddharth Yadav is the Delhi unit head of ABVP. Siddharth revealed that GBPEC is the only college in IP university that is teaching engineering for Rs 40,000. However, the government is bent upon closing GBPEC. 

Ravi Dadich is IP University registrar. He revealed that since the college will not be affiliated with our university, its name was removed from their admission counselling list.

 

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