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Coimbatore: Collector’s help sought for student to study in college

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | LAKSHMI L LUND
Published Sep 10, 2019, 3:29 am IST
Updated Sep 10, 2019, 3:29 am IST
Hathipathi ensured that his sister Jyothika and one of her friend’s Jensi are enrolled in the B.Com (Information Technology) course.
“The 19-year old boy was enrolled in B.Com (Chartered Accountancy) course at a private Arts and Science College located in SIHS Colony Road in Singanallur in 2018- 19. The college promised to pay students a ‘commission’ for enrolling students in the college for the current academic year.
 “The 19-year old boy was enrolled in B.Com (Chartered Accountancy) course at a private Arts and Science College located in SIHS Colony Road in Singanallur in 2018- 19. The college promised to pay students a ‘commission’ for enrolling students in the college for the current academic year.

COIMBATORE: Alleging that their son is not being allowed to continue his higher education at a private college here on false medical grounds, M. Hathipathi’s, parents petitioned K. Rajamani district collector, seeking his intervention to ensure that their son is allowed to continue his studies at the college.

“The 19-year old boy was enrolled in B.Com (Chartered Accountancy) course at a private Arts and Science College located in SIHS Colony Road in Singanallur in 2018- 19. The college promised to pay students a ‘commission’ for enrolling students in the college for the current academic year.

 

Hathipathi ensured that his sister Jyothika and one of her friend’s Jensi are enrolled in the B.Com (Information Technology) course. When he requested the college to pay him the ‘commission’ that is due to him, it was denied by the management, the petition claimed. To add to the boy's woes, the college declared him ‘mentally unfit’ to continue his second year of study at the college, the petition added.

However, parents of the boy, Punitha who works in a tailoring unit and Marimuthu, a daily wage labour, have produced medical documents which prove that the boy is not mentally ill. 

 

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