Classes rarely held at Bibi Haleema Nursing College: students

Srinagar: Nursing students of Bibi Haleema College of Nursing and Technology, a Wakaf-run institution, said on Tuesday that their class work has been curtailed drastically since May this year because of unavailability of teachers.
The students said that an adequate number of teachers were available when they took admission in BSc Nursing course in March this year. But since then, many teachers have been thrown out, they said.
“When we asked the college principal about it, she humiliated us. We have not paid Rs 53,335 course fee for sitting idle in the college,” the students said.
There are no teachers to teach five of the nine subjects, they added.
Dean college development council G Mustafa Shah told Kashmir Reader he will look into the matter and will take action.
When contacted, vice-chairman J&K Wakaf Board Mir Mohammad Hussain said he is not aware of the issue but will look into it.