After 11 days of incessant protest agitation, NIT Durgapur is getting back to normalcy since yesterday afternoon, after A K Bhattacharya; dean of students’ welfare at NIT officially confirmed submission of resignation by the NIT Durgapur director.
To put an end to the ongoing impasse at the NIT Durgapur after the death of a final year engineering student allegedly due to medical negligence, its director Tarakeswar Kumar has been asked to tender resignation by the Ministry of Human Resource Development.
In spite of poor occupancy in the Durgapur-Kolkata route, Air India is all set to begin flight operation between Durgapur and Delhi from 7 December; seen as a last ditch effort to make the Kazi Nazrul Islam Airport of Durgapur commercially viable.
The NIT Durgapur students organized a massive peaceful candle light march yesterday for a final year engineering student, Prosenjit Sarkar, who died earlier this week under conditions of extreme medical neglect.
A state government order yesterday, replaces Mr. Ajay Kumar Nand, working as Commissioner of Police in Asansol Durgapur Police Commissionerate by Mr. Siddh Nath Gupta, IGP, western range.
Durgapur civic body and administration in its effort to put Durgapur in the list of first 20 cities that will be developed as “Smart City” in the first phase has launched an app by the name of “Smart Durgapur” yesterday at the DMC auditorium in City Centre.
Students of the NIT Durgapur continues their movement seeking justice for Prasenjit, the final year student who died on 18 November allegedly due to medical negligence as the tripartite meeting attended by two-member of MHRD team failed yesterday.
Student unrest continues unabated at the NIT Durgapur campus, as the students hold candle light march to protest the death of a final year engineering student allegedly due to medical negligences.
After eviction notice being served by the Asansol Durgapur Development Authority, hundreds of people under the leadership of local Trinamul leaders, protested yesterday, at the ADDA office in City Centre of Durgapur.
Death of Prasenjit Sarkar, a final year electrical engineering student of the NIT Durgapur due to alleged medical negligence by the institute’s medical unit led to massive protests at the NIT campus since Wednesday late night and continues till now.