The students of RGIT followed suit on September 20, demanding better toilets and the freedom to sit anywhere in the campus during their free time. On Friday, they resorted to a two-hour "sit-in" and gave the management a three-page letter listing their grievances, including shortage of books in the library, fees being collected without receipts for examination hall tickets and sports day T-shirts, harassment by the college security and other staff, and a cramped cafeteria.
"The college had five working days a week last year. This year, they made Saturday a half-day, which is unacceptable. Even the way the college authorities behave with students and parents is intolerable. We deserve basic facilities at least, like a wash basin in every toilet," said a student
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