Jobs & Education 08 Dec 2021 HC takes up suo motu ...

HC takes up suo motu PIL based on ITI students’ postcards

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | DC CORRESPONDENT
Published Dec 8, 2021, 1:36 am IST
Updated Dec 8, 2021, 7:25 am IST
The students sent postcards to the High Court seeking redressal of their grievance in shifting the college premises to a far off place
Finding their grievance genuine, Justice Abhinand Kumar Shavili and Justice Annireddy Abhishek Reddy, members of High Court PIL Committee, recommended the Chief Justice to treat it as suo motu PIL.  —  DC file photo
 Finding their grievance genuine, Justice Abhinand Kumar Shavili and Justice Annireddy Abhishek Reddy, members of High Court PIL Committee, recommended the Chief Justice to treat it as suo motu PIL. — DC file photo

HYDERABAD: Responding to postcards sent by 132 students of the Government ITI College in Medchal over shifting of the college premises, the Telangana High Court considered it as a suo motu PIL and took up the case.

The students sent postcards to the High Court seeking redressal of their grievance in shifting the college premises to a far off place.

 

The government decided to allot the existing premises to another organisation. They explained their hardship in travelling to the proposed new college premise, which is in a remote area. They also said that at the new premises, they could not do part time jobs or apprenticeships as part of their studies.

Finding their grievance genuine, Justice Abhinand Kumar Shavili and Justice Annireddy Abhishek Reddy, members of High Court PIL Committee, recommended the Chief Justice to treat it as suo motu PIL. Based on that, the High Court registry had made the Chief Secretary, principal secretaries of the employment and training department, technical education department and principal of the ITI College as respondents. 

 

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