Students from Kerala studying in Tamilnadu and other states are being treated badly by the Management. Behind certain rules they are ill-treating the students and harassing them publicly. Two weeks back one of my friend’s sister, studying in PSN College of Engineering was asked to leave the college hostel by around 7pm by the chairman of the college for questioning a staff’s misbehaviour. She was not even allowed to wait till morning. Eventually she stayed at a relative’s home around 11 kilometres from the college. The college authority refused to give her Transfer certificate and other documents; for that she will have to pay the next year fees. So many students have been facing mental depression and some of them have already discontinued the course. The students are really struggling to complete their courses and they are being treated like prisoners by completely isolating them from outside world. People running these colleges have failed to do justice to the ethos and values of the education system as a whole and are behaving like money lenders. There has also been an incident in the past where a college faculty who resigned from the college was beaten up when he asked for his relieving order.
Kerala government should take necessary action against these and other similar issues faced by the Kerala student fraternity in pursuit of higher education outside the State. We should prevent students from joining such colleges and need an effective campaign to spread awareness about these colleges. It would be better if they arrange a rating system for all colleges so that students can choose the better ones.
When I was searching about this college, found this news link. This news came two years back in Hindu.
The current issue has been reported by Mangalam and The New Indian Express.