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Bombay Court relief for 4 engineering colleges in Maharashtra

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Published : 07 May, 2015 By: AdmissionJankari
  • The Bombay high court has arrived at the guide of four of the 15 engineering institutes in the state who had been set in the "no admission" class by AICTE for the academic year 2015-2016. A division seat of Justice Anoop Mohta and Justice K R Shriram in an interim request permitted the four colleges — Pillai Engineering college, MGM college and two colleges of Saraswati Engineering — to take part in the Common Admission Process.

    Advocate C K Thomas, counsel for Pillai College asserted that the foundation did not have any inadequacy. "The claimed inadequacy about land requirement with respect to a play area was settled in the school's support a year ago in a HC request. Regardless of this the AICTE utilized the same motivation to place the school in the no admission class, "said advocate Thomas. Alternate universities guaranteed that the inadequacy in their cases was minor.

    The High Court is scheduled to hear the instances of the remaining universities who have been banished by the AICTE from conceding students for the 2015-2016 academic years because of lacks on Thursday

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