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    Published On : Tue, Mar 4th, 2014
    Education / Latest News | By Nagpur Today Nagpur News

    Academic Council meet with VC yields favourable student centric decisions

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    • All faculty including engineering students who have taken provisional admissions and have cleared revaluation and have completed their term and are eligible for higher class will be permitted for the next two semesters.
    • Student should clear 50 percent of the subject of previous year or semester 
    • 75 colleges out of 250 banned colleges will be disaffiliated. Out of 175 functioning colleges, 78 colleges who have completed the procedure of appointing teachers will be removed from the list of banned colleges.
    • Out of 175 Colleges, 97 are still in process of completing the RTMNU prerequisites.
    • Out of 78 colleges who have completed the procedures, 38 colleges, 5000 to 7000 students who have been admitted will be allowed for examinations.
    • All this decisions would be put before HC who will give the final judgement

    Nagpur Today: The Vice-Chancellor and the Academic Council Meeting of Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University (RTMNU) held on March 4, 2014 brought out a significant and student centric decision with a resolutions passed and okay-ed by the Academic Councils of Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University (RTMNU) which pertains to the all faculty students who have taken provisional admissions and have cleared revaluation and have completed their term and are eligible for higher class will be permitted for the next two semesters.

    It may be mentioned here that when the students raised a huge hue and cry and staged demonstrations over the delay of actual results, which in-turn delayed the revaluation process causing the students to be denied admissions for the next semesters, The Vice Chancellor had assured the students that they will be able to appear for special examinations. However, they will not get admissions in the next academic semester.

    With this new favorable decision taken in the meeting of the Vice Chancellor and the Academic Council, the students can now get admission in the next semester and not waste precious long period said Senate Member of Academic Council Babanrao Taiwade.

    As a respite to some of the long pending issues of the banned colleges, 75 colleges out of 250 banned colleges will be disaffiliated. Out of 175 functioning colleges, 78 colleges who have completed the procedure of appointing teachers and have completed all the pre-requisites laid down by the RTMNU, will be removed from the list of banned colleges.

    Out of 175 Colleges, 97 colleges are still in process of completing the prerequisites of RTMNU. Out of 78 colleges who have completed the procedures, 38 colleges, 5000 to 7000 students who have been admitted into these colleges, will be allowed for examinations.

    A Copy of the Ordinance:

    The Ordinance to provide for the provisional admission of the students subject to the result of reassessment (amendment) ordinance.

    Whereas, it is expedient to amend an Ordinance No.27 of 2008 i.e. Ordinance to provide for the Provisional admission to the students subject to the result of reassessment, for the purposes hereinafter appearing, the Management Council is hereby pleased to make the following Ordinance :-

    1. This Ordinance may be called “Ordinance to provide for the Provisional admission to the students subject to the result of reassessment, (Amendment) Ordinance, 2014″.

    2.This Ordinance shall come into force with effect from the date of its approval by the Management Council.

    1. In para 10 of the main ordinance No. 27 of 2008, Ordinance to provide for the Provisional admission to the students subject to the result of reassessment, shall be substituted by following :‑

    The facility of provisional admission will be restricted to two preceding qualifying examinations (yearly pattern course) and four preceding qualifying semester examinations (Semester pattern course). In the event the candidate has additional backlog of earlier year or semesters then such a candidate should not be eligible for provisional admission in any event.”

    In para 3 of sub para 9 amend Ordinance No. 6 of 2010 (main Ordinance No. 27 of 2008), shall be substituted by following:‑

    The candidate desiring to seek provisional admission in the next higher class 5th, 7th, and 9th semester has to fulfill the requirement shown in the following table which is prescribed for initial two semesters amongst the preceding four semesters as below: In case of yearly pattern of examinations, if the candidate has backlog, of maximum two paper and has applied for reassessment of the said paper of the initial first year amongst the preceding two years shall be eligible for the provisional admissions in the next higher class.

    The facility of provisional admission will be restricted to two preceding qualifying examinations (yearly pattern course) and four proceeding qualifying semester examinations (semester pattern course). In the event, the candidate has additional backlog of earlier year or semesters then such a candidate should not be eligible for provisional admission in any event.


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