Taking to its official Twitter account, MyNation said that the 23 students would be provided with an option to work at MyNation without any requirement of a certificate of graduation.
New Delhi: Days after 23 students, who staged a protest over the controversial tweets of two visiting professors at Makhanlal Chaturvedi National Journalism University, were expelled from the institution on Tuesday (December 17), MyNation, a reputed online media, has given an option for the expelled students to work with the team.
Taking to Twitter, MyNation said, "#CAASupport: 23 #students were expelled in a draconian way from #Makhanlal University, #Bhopal, jeopardising their future. These 23 students will be provided with an option to work at @MyNation without any requirement of a certificate of #graduation."
#CAASupport: 23 #students were expelled in a draconian way from #Makhanlal University, #Bhopal, jeopardising their future. These 23 students will be provided with an option to work at @MyNation without any requirement of certificate of #graduation@rajeev_mp @iabhinavKhare pic.twitter.com/CIwagK16HG— MyNation (@MyNation) December 18, 2019
Founder of MyNation and Rajya Sabha MP, Rajeev Chandrasekhar, said, "The committee order against students at Makhanlal Chaturvedi National Journalism University is undue and unjust and done without considering the impact of the decision on the life of young students. Such actions by the university are counterproductive to channelise youth emotions and issues."
"This seems to be an act to gag the students voice and ruin their future and is highly condemnable," he further said.
On being approached by the students, the Rajya Sabha MP discussed this issue with the management of MyNation. The CEO of MyNation has assured that all forms of support will be provided to recourse and mitigation of their issues.
Earlier, the students were expelled from the university and were reportedly told that they would not be allowed to appear for classes and for the upcoming practical or theoretical examinations until further notice.
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