HYDERABAD: It is back to the dark ages for women at the 40-year-old Smt Durgabai Deshmukh Women's Technical Training Institute at Ameerpet that does not have a single 'functional' toilet on campus. Result: All the 476 girls studying at the government-run institute are forced to make a dash for the college field, terrace or an 'abandoned' classroom, each time they need to relieve themselves. In the name of privacy, all they have is a thin 'dupatta' that friends encircling them hold on to.
Sad story of fastest growing economy country India.
The local adminstration are responsible for such un hygenic pratice as the college authorties had brought lto their nnotice and had requested for funds .
Shameful Poor girls have to expose in open. Peeing is OK but what about defecation? It cannot be controlled. The college management has to be prosecuted. Many colleges and schools in India have no such toilets and many have to do it openly both men and to some extend women.
This is the mistake of the girls.Even in small villages ladies are fighting for toilets,these students are adjusting to this useless practice that too in a metropolitan city
Women - so demanding!! Ladies, use a jugaad - pee and defecate in your bookbag and take it all home with you. It will most likely be the most valuable thing you get out of what is obviously a truly sh!tty educational institution.
Sorry we have bigger problems like lack of nationalism and patriotism in our country so pls don't bring up such trivial issues to divert our attention from the bigger problems
is this a colege or some scam institution ?
This needs immediate attention and rectification ---
I feel really ashamed, what the college authorities , state and center govts. were doing since last 60 year
Let some Hyderabad based corporates come forward to provide clean toilets to these students out of their CSR funds.
Whosoever is responsible for this must take IMMEDIATE steps to rectify the situation and provide all facilities within the college.
This college should be shut down immediately and the students transferred to other colleges.