‘The issue of allowances will be discussed at the Academic Council on July 14’ | News Ludhiana

Ludhiana: Union of Veterinary Students in Gadvasu continued to protest on Wednesday for the allowance increase. OPD services at Gadvasu Veterinary Hospital remained suspended and gate number 5 of the university was blocked for three hours by the protesting students. The chain hunger strike was observed by five female students.
Previously Vice-Chancellor of Gadvasu Doctor Inderjit Singh held a meeting with student representatives and said the issue will be discussed at the Academic Council meeting to be held on July 14 and university boardwhich will be held on July 20. But the students continued the demonstration.
BVSc and animal science The course, comprising five and a half professional years, includes a mandatory one-year internship program for which the monthly stipend given to students is Rs 3,200 from the university and Rs 3,000 from ICAR.
But students said trainees from other universities get much more – Kerala University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences pays Rs 17,000, Lala Lajpat Rai University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences pays Rs 14,000 and University of Veterinary, Animal and Fisheries Sciences in Karnataka gives 17,000. Moreover, the students said that there has been no increase in the allowance of Rs 3,200 in eight years.

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