So what can we do

The purpose of the blog is to bring out this outrageous act at Mirambika in the open so that it can be further investigated and the Truth comes out. Yes there is a huge risk of Media picking up the story and taking it our of proportions but if that be the price, so be it.

We have decided that we would not take this lying down and seek your help in “spreading the word” so that the management is forced to re-consider its position, or at the least come out clean. Quoting from a parent’s heartfelt mail last night:

Mr. Pranjal, your stance is appearing to be very feudal or of a landlord (pl throw away this garb of ‘management’ and come out in open) and we as tenants…fighting for our cause/s. Mr. Pranjal, i think it is about time we make our identities clear to each other and come forward to address the situation unmasked. I have no doubts left in my mind, that ur vested interests at this point in time are driving u to justify the most unjust act. Come out in open and let us see what u really are. We are definitely not ‘one’ than why this drama of being united to save Mirambika. We want to see and deal with the real u and not Pranjal, the management.

So we request you to please join this activism and share any information that you have on the matter with us at and we would be very happy to put it on this blog.

We know that a lot of you would not approve of our actions, and my sincere apologies to them.

You are also free to comment on any of the posts.

Lets hope that our efforts brings the Truth out and we are able to save Mirambika.

One thought on “So what can we do

  1. ramavatar April 13, 2015 / 12:13 am

    this is an notification about sending complaints to AICTE online. you can download this file and upload it.

    email :

    The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has invited stakeholders and outsiders to file a complaint against any technical education institution indulging in any wrongdoing via Email.

    Any complaint or grievance regarding any institution or about the visit of experts assigned with specific tasks pertaining to the institutions can be brought to the notice of the AICTE through emails at

    According to AICTE officials, the vigilance awareness move will enable the governing body to have eyes at the grassroots, as well as get direct access to information that the institutions will never part with on their own.

    “The AICTE aims to ensure that institutions function as per the norms and guidelines that they have undertaken to follow at the time of getting an approval. Often, institutions tend to find loopholes and bend the rules to their convenience. These transgressions are not brought to the AICTE’s notice until there is some major issue or disagreement between the institution and the students, staff or stakeholders,” said the official.

    “This step has a dual effect. While on the one hand it will help us keep a tab on the functioning of the institutions, on the other it will also work as an avenue for feedback about the various initiatives that the AICTE undertakes to improve the condition of the students,” added the official.

    Readers are requested to mail their complaints to AICTE’s Grievance Redressal Cell –


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