Published On : Mon, Oct 14th, 2013

250 colleges cancel First Year admissions putting thousands of students in dilemma

Nagpur News: The 250 blacklisted colleges have put thousands of students to terrible dilemma and pushed them to dark days ahead by cancelling their first year admissions. The students are now finding it very difficult to take admissions in other colleges as the process for admissions in the RTMNU colleges has been completed and, concluded, too.

The 250 colleges, affiliated to Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University (RTMNU), were barred admissions to First Year by the Nagpur Bench of Bombay High Court after finding not a single regular teacher in the colleges. However, the High Court, in the recent order, had directed the 250 colleges to appoint regular teachers within a month to facilitate lifting of ban. Now, the 250 colleges which had admitted students for the First Year have cancelled their admissions and are sending to other colleges for admissions or say sending them to horrible dilemma and darker days ahead. Most ambiguously, the colleges are not informing parents and students about cancellation of admissions triggering a massive confusion among them.

The colleges are not refunding the fees paid by the First Year students. It the students would be forced to pay admission fees again.

However, the crucial question is being raised by students and parents is: Will the RTMNU accept their admissions?