Pharmacy students agitate to get affiliation
Ghaziabad: Students of some private
pharmacy colleges here protested on Saturday against their
institutions` failure in getting government recognition.
Students of HRIT College of Pharmacy and D J College
created chaos as they locked the college gates and burnt
effigies of college management.
Students allege that the management gave them an
assurance at the time of admission that the colleges would
soon be affiliated to the Pharmacy Council of India (PCI), the
body responsible for granting accreditation to such
institutions, but have so far failed to do so.
College management claim they have applied to the PCI
but haven`t got any response from it.
In a separate incident, students of K N Modi
Engineering College, also protested against the management for
not arranging adequate placement opportunities on the campus.
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