Posted February 19, 2018 07:06:22 The state of Kerala is known for its diversity, its beauty and its vibrant culture.
However, one of its most important and controversial institutions, the prestigious Sialks state university, has long been plagued with problems.
The institution has come under scrutiny for a number of issues, from gender bias and gender segregation to discrimination and sexual harassment.
The university’s recent controversy is just one of many that has tarnished the reputation of the institution.
A student who spoke to The Indian Express on condition of anonymity said the situation has deteriorated dramatically in the past few years, as the university has failed to address the problems of the women who use it.
According to the student, a group of young women from the city of Kottayam, who are members of the organisation Women in Education (WE), had filed a complaint to the state government on October 4, 2017, alleging that they had been harassed and discriminated against.
The university responded by stating that it was not aware of any such complaints and that no complaints had been filed against the women members.
The students claim that after the initial meeting, the university did not respond to any of the student’s demands, such as removing the male members of their committee and barring them from campus.
The students also alleged that the university was not conducting a due process to the complaints and did not investigate them.
The women members have also filed a petition against the university, alleging its failure to protect them from sexual harassment and gender bias.
It is unclear what the state’s legal provisions allow for these kinds of complaints.
The complaints against the institute have not been withdrawn, nor has the university responded to the allegations.
The institute is still under the jurisdiction of the state.
The institution has faced accusations of violating the Women in Law (WIL) Act, which prohibits discrimination against women on grounds of gender, caste, religion or belief.
However the university is also a legal institution, under the provisions of the Higher Education Act.
The WE, which is known as the oldest student body in the state, has a long history of organising protests against injustice and injustices against women.
We are protesting for the right to education and justice and we will continue our work for this.
The WE was founded in 1951 by Dr. Pranay Kumar, who had previously served as the president of the University of Kerala.
We are also working on the cause of women empowerment in the society.
Recently, the WE has been organising protests at the school and in the government office.
According to the students, the protests have attracted hundreds of students and have also forced the university to take action.
The students, who have been campaigning for equality in the university for over a decade, say that the administration has been ignoring their demands and has not acted against them.
They say that many of the complaints have been levelled against them, even though the complaints were filed after the students had already filed their complaint to government authorities.
According to a report by the Higher Secondary Education Council of India, in the first four months of 2018, 577 complaints of harassment, sexual harassment, and gender discrimination were lodged against students, of which 929 were resolved.
The majority of the cases were resolved by the colleges or universities.