When writing a complaint letter to the Director of College, it's important to maintain a clear and polite tone. Clearly state the issue, including details such as the nature of the complaint and its impact on the students. Politely request the director's intervention and resolution of the problem in a timely manner.

Table of Contents:

Complaint Letter Regarding Facility Failure in College Premises

The Director,
________ (College Name)
________ (Address)


Subject: Complaint regarding ________

Respected Sir/Madam,

I am ________ (Name) of class _____ (class) and I am pursuing ________ (Course Name) from your esteemed college. I am writing this letter on behalf of my class to bring into your kind notice that the ________ (complaint) has failed on our floor. We are unable to get ________ (complaint reason) due to this reason we have to move to another ________ (floor/building/department) to get _________(complaint reason) leading to wastage of time.

It’s our kind request to kindly get ___________ (complaint resolved/arrange alternative etc.) as soon as possible.

Looking forward to your positive response.

Thanking you

Yours Truly,
_________(Roll number)

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  1. How should I address the recipient of the letter?
    • Address the Director of the college respectfully as "Respected Sir/Madam."
  2. What details should I include in the complaint letter?
    • Clearly state the nature of the complaint, its impact on the students, and any efforts made to address the issue.
  3. Is it necessary to mention the class and course details in the letter?
    • Yes, providing class and course details helps identify the student and the context of the complaint.
  4. How can I conclude the letter effectively?
    • Conclude with a polite request for prompt action and express gratitude for the recipient's attention to the matter.
  5. Should I include contact information in the letter?
    • Yes, providing contact information such as name, class, and roll number helps the recipient address the issue effectively.

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