The Nitin music Academy, which opened last year in Mumbai, is the only college in India with a single-storey campus in Mumbai and the state of Maharashtra.
But the place has its drawbacks.
In a city with a population of about 50 million, it is a small college with an enrollment of only a few thousand students.
Nitin, founded by former Nitin guitarist and vocalist Dilip Kumar, is currently struggling with an inability to secure a student visa for its first batch of students.
According to reports, students from other colleges have also not been able to get visas for the first time.
Nit in Mumbai was founded by Dilip and Narayan Kumar in 2009.
According the report, the Nitins were not expecting to start a school at such a young age, and were looking for a place where they could concentrate their talents and earn their livelihood.
After a couple of years of hard work, the couple opened the school in May last year.
According TOI, the school’s first batch is expected to start classes on September 10, but they have been told that they will not be able to start any classes until November, as the college has already begun classes.
The school has been told to start with five to six classes per week.
“They are being told to get their visas in time,” an official at the Nitinos office told TOI.
The official added that the school has started the process of applying for visas for their first batch, but there is no word yet on how many visas they will be able get.
The first batch students are not expected to be able return to the city for about two months.
They will be required to work as part of the Nitlins curriculum and attend classes, but only a portion of the students who apply for a visa will be allowed to work at the school, the official said.
The university has also been given a list of schools that are currently offering courses for students in India.
“Nitin is one of the few colleges with a campus in the city of Mumbai.
However, the city has limited number of teachers and space in which to teach the classes,” the official told TO I. “The students are being asked to apply for visas as soon as possible and get their first visa before November 1,” he added.
Nitins students will also have to work for the school.
“Our students have been taught to be ready for a lot of tasks in order to take up the post,” the Nitini official said, adding that there are several students who have applied for a post at the academy.
Nit is also facing the challenge of managing the logistics of the college.
“This is the first year that we have been setting up a campus, so there are lots of things that need to be sorted out,” Nitin’s chief executive officer Dilip told TO .
Nitini, which started as a private university, has since expanded to a four-storeys building and has about 20,000 students enrolled.
In 2015, the college started offering classes to students from across India.
The Nitins first batch includes 20 students from the states of Kerala, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan.
However the school is facing a financial crisis as the tuition fee at the college is Rs 4,500 per year.
The college is also struggling to find a way to pay the salaries of its staff.
“We have to pay all the salaries as the student fees are not enough to cover the cost of tuition.
There is also a problem of not being able to pay our salaries due to our lack of staff,” Dilip said.
A spokesperson for the Nitino students told TO that the tuition fees are a “critical issue” for the students.
“There are many students who do not want to study for the rest of their lives and therefore we have to look for a way out,” the spokesperson said.
According an article published by the Mumbai Mirror, Nitin has also had to contend with other issues besides the tuition.
According it, students are also concerned about the health care system in the state.
The newspaper reported that Nitin is not allowed to operate a medical facility, nor is it allowed to sell its goods or provide medical services.
In 2016, Nit was the first college in Maharashtra to be sanctioned for accreditation by the Maharashtra Health Care Regulatory Authority (MHCA), a nodal agency for hospitals.
The regulatory authority had in July 2016 approved Nitin as an accredited institution and allowed it to offer medical services to the students, which it did.
The move comes a few months after a report by the National Commission for Minorities and Dalits highlighted the lack of access to medical facilities in the country.
Nit has also faced criticism over the number of students who were expelled from the school due to lack of financial support.
In September last year, the NHRC had approved Nit’s accreditation for four years.
The board said that the students were able to earn a living at the establishment due to their high attendance rates and they