Hyderabad: Telangana Women and Transgender Organisations Joint Action Committee demanded the State government to immediately restore all seven aided courses at Kamala Nehru Polytechnic for Women (KNPW), Nampally, for the academic year 2021-22 besides make them part of the admission counselling commencing on Thursday.
Addressing a round table meet here on Wednesday, Progressive Organisation for Women (POW) president, V Sandhya said the college was providing quality education besides 100 per cent employment guarantee to girl students for the last 60 years.
Several students who studied in the institution have bagged jobs in defence companies and various State and Central government agencies, she said adding that if the government wants to establish an engineering college, the same could be done in the empty land of the polytechnic institution.
Sandhya also demanded continuation of all seven aided courses of the polytechnic college.
JAC member, Rukmini, said the government should open the doors for women pursuing higher education but not close them. Jhansi of the POW wanted the government to immediately release requisite funds for running all seven aided courses.
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