Thursday, June 11, 2009

Nitish unhappy over 'anti-Bihari' attitude of Maha law insti

Patna , Jun 9 Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today took serious exception to the interview board of a law institute in Maharashtra asking"embarrassing"questions to admission seekers from Bihar and has written to his counterpart Ashok Chavan to this effect.
A news item has appeared in an English daily here that many Bihari students seeking admission to a Pune-based law institute encountered"embarrassing"questions on their native state during the interview.

He condemned the incident and wrote to Chavan asking him to rein in such institutes"out to belittle Bihar and its students,"an official attached with chief minister&aposs secretariat said.

The report said students from prestigious schools like Notre Dame Academy, St Joseph&aposs Convent High School, DAV School and St Michael High School were upset with the interview board&aposs"anti-Bihari"attitude as they faced questions like&aposDo you agree that Bihar is the crime capital of India? People from Bihar come here with an intention to commit crime&apos.

Meanwhile, CPIML(Liberation) has demanded that Bihar government appoint separate resident commissioners in states where students from the state are being harrassed and humiliated.