Luckless students at Lucknow
Student unrest may be perennial and universal, but a particularly severe version has broken out at Lucknow College of Architecture in India – and with good reason. The country’s Council of Architecture has refused to register the admissions of first-year and second-year batches of students ‘due to lack of faculty and infrastructure in the college’ according to the Times of India. The college principal Mukul Singh asked students to join their classes and ‘resolve problems ...
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