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    With a demand to waiver of school and college fees, Vadodara NSUI members protested at Dandiya Bazaar crossing on Friday. They shouted slogans in view of their demands and blocked traffic at the spot. Police detained around 10 protesters for violation of notification in place.

    The government has ordered the closure of educational institutions due to the global pandemic Corona virus. At present, online education is given to the students by the schools and there are cases of educational institutes demanding fees from the students. With this in mind, NSUI has been agitating for a waiver of the first session fee for a long time.

    On Friday the NSUI members staged demonstration with posters led by NSUI Vadodara city president Vraj Patel at Akota Dandiabazar intersection in the city today. They tried to block the traffic and Raopura police detained around 10 protestors from the spot.

    NSUI President Vraj Patel said, many people have lost their jobs and businesses during the Corona pandemic. Those people do not have the strength to pay for their children’s school as well as college fees. It is difficult for them to make ends meet. At that time, the school and the college are collecting fee in return for providing online education. The High Court has asked the government to take a decision on the fee issue, but the government is afraid of school administrators to make the decision.

    He demand waiver of fees or else threaten to intensify their agitation in similar way and block traffic in the city.
    The government has ordered the closure of educational institutions due to the global pandemic Corona virus. At present, online education is given to the students by the schools and there are cases of educational institutes demanding fees from the students. With this in mind, NSUI has been agitating for a waiver of the first session fee for a long time.

    On Friday the NSUI members staged demonstration with posters led by NSUI Vadodara city president Vraj Patel at Akota Dandiabazar intersection in the city today. They tried to block the traffic and Raopura police detained around 10 protestors from the spot.

    NSUI President Vraj Patel said, many people have lost their jobs and businesses during the Corona pandemic. Those people do not have the strength to pay for their children’s school as well as college fees. It is difficult for them to make ends meet. At that time, the school and the college are collecting fee in return for providing online education. The High Court has asked the government to take a decision on the fee issue, but the government is afraid of school administrators to make the decision.

    He demand waiver of fees or else threaten to intensify their agitation in similar way and block traffic in the city.

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