- NIT Agartala expels 25 students for indiscipline following an inquiry
- Students with less than 75% attendance will not be allowed to sit in exams
- College authorities have requested the state government to not allow opening of any liquor shop within 5-10kms of NIT.
In a bold move that suggests college won’t tolerate any unruly behaviour on the College campus, National Institute of Technology, Agartala has expelled 25 students for indiscipline and reckless behavior.
Dr. Ajay Kumar Roy, Acting Director of NIT-A, informed the media in an interaction in the NIT auditorium.
“Recently there had been disturbances in the NIT campus caused by a group of students and after an inquiry, we found twenty-five students guilty of indiscipline and unruly activities and have expelled them from the hostel,” said Dr. Roy.
He asserted that the college won’t spare any student indulging in indiscipline. He also focused that every student must have 75% attendance without which nobody will be allowed to sit for exams.
‘We have nothing to hide in this regard; everything is on board and the expulsion is the result of an inquiry’ said Dr. Roy.
In a bid to curb the reckless students, NIT authorities have requested the state government not to allow opening of any liquor shop within 5-10kms of NIT.
The matter is under consideration of the state government and we are sure that an appropriate decision will be taken’ said Dr. Ajay Roy.
The National Institute of Technology, Agartala or NIT Agartala is a technology study oriented institute of higher education established by India’s HRD Ministry. It was founded as Tripura Engineering College in 1965 and declared a NIT in 2006. It is recognized as an Institute of National Importance, by an act of the Parliament of India.