According to the RSS-affiliated Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad, which has three office-bearers in the students' union, a delegation of the student outfit met the VC Thursday.
Starting supplementary examinations, building new hostels, tactile pathway facilities for differently-abled students, a 24x7 library, creating new reading halls, building new hostels, increasing dietary allowance for sports students, were some of the demands put forth by the delegation.
Other demands included making available a gynaecologist and counsellor in every college, one course one fee for post graduate students, a centralised and transparent hostel admission process, Vice Chancellor Scholarship for differently-abled students, DUSU to be part of the Academic and Executive Council of the university.
"Earlier, a delegation met registrar, proctor and other varsity officials in view of these demands. The university officials accepted a few of our demands then, but they were never implemented. If the vice-chancellor does not fulfil the promises, the DUSU will be forced to call a large scale student movement in the university," the DUSU president said.
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