AAP student’s wing submitted a memorandum to the DU VC

Delhi University:

  • 30-09-2014

Newly formed Aam Admi Party’s student’s wing  CYSS (Chatra Yuva Sangharsh Samiti)  submitted a memorandum to the Delhi University Vice-Chancellor protesting the negligent attitude of the university authorities in dealing with the issue of de-recognition of law courses.

The CYSS, in its memorandum pointed out that the university authorities have not taken any effective steps so far to assure the students pursuing their law courses in the three law centres that their careers will not be jeopardized.It is shocking that the DU authorities kept sleeping over repeated reminders from the Bar Council of India since 2010, and there is a lot of uncertainty among those who took admission in the law courses since the academic session of 2011-12.

It is beyond any reasonable understanding as to how the DU authorities did not pay heed to any physical inspection of the Bar Council of India(BCI) since last four years.It is a matter of shame that an institution like DU is struggling to provide answers to the regulator of legal education and profession on basic issues such as proper space, library facilities, updated legal curriculum and lack of teaching faculty.

“The CYSS is equally shocked at the extreme action taken by the BCI, since it only harms the interests of students and aspiring lawyers.The CYSS appeals to the BCI to revise its decision of de-recognising the law course of DU and suggests that it should impose a hefty fine on the university authorities for their negligence, instead of harassing the students.” said a CYSS member.