SGGS Agrees To Grant Students Character Certificates

After a 10-day protest in front of Shri Guru Gobind Singh College in Sector 26, the administration acceded to the students' demands and issued character certificates.

After a 10-day protest in front of Shri Guru Gobind Singh College in Sector 26, the management succumbed to their requests and issued character certificates to the students.

A few second-year students had requested character certifications as part of their relocation paperwork. They requested midterm relocation since they needed to attend the cricket academy. Some have their own difficulties with mid-term migration.

Students at Khalsa College have been battling with the administration about character certificates for over a week. The task was both bureaucratic and time-sensitive, as students who required character certificates for migration needed them right away. 

The management of Shri Guru Gobind Singh College, Sector 26, was refusing students' character certificates, claiming that it was against Punjab University's migration regulations and that there were no guidelines for midterm movement. At this point, students organised a protest, claiming that they were being denied basic human rights.

In rare circumstances, the character certificate was accompanied by a statement that stated, "It is applicable beyond Chandigarh union area." Students complained that this was arbitrary. Students asked that character certificates be issued immediately and that the administration investigate the basis for the arbitrary statement on the character certificate.

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