The Parishad has charged serious irregularities by CAC in selection process particularly in Bifocal courses.
Nagpur News: The Akhil Bharatiya Grahak Kalyan Parishad has demanded ouster of the present Centralised Admissions Committee (CAC) for dishonesty in the selection process of admissions to Class XI General Science and Bifocal courses. The Parishad has charged serious irregularities in selection process particularly in Bifocal courses. However, the CAC Secretary has claimed total transparency in the selection process.
The Parishad has claimed the CAC is under the influence of prominent personalities who are meddling in the process of admissions to Class XI General Science and Bifocal courses since past six years. The Parishad has named Sanjay Thakwani, Principal of the Sindhi Hindi High School and Gharpure of Vishwas Secondary Junior College who are in the CAC itself. The meddling by both the personalities has dented the transparency of the selection process.
The process of distribution and collection of application forms for admissions to Class XI General Science and Bifocal courses is going on by the higher secondary schools and junior colleges through the CAC. A total of 26,973 forms were distributed out of which 17,571 forms have been collected. For the Bifocal courses the process of distribution and collection of application forms has been completed on June 23. The process for General Science would continue till June 30.
The list of selected students for Bifocal courses will be released on June 28. Students having any complaints could submit them at Dhanwate National College in Congress Nagar. The application forms for General Science and Bifocal courses have acceded the total seats. There a very few takers for Urdu and Home Science courses.
• General Science
• Bifocal courses
• Home Science 39
For Science Stream (English) there are 7407 seats are available in 117 Higher Secondary and Junior Secondary Colleges, Science (Urdu) 215 seats are available in five Higher Secondary and Junior Secondary Colleges, and for Home Science there are 200 seats in five Higher Secondary and Junior Secondary Colleges.
For Bifocal courses, there are 4638 seats in 74 Higher Secondary and Junior Secondary Colleges including 2215 seats for Electronics, 1776 seats for Computer Science, 497 seats for Fisheries (English), 13 seats for Fisheries (Urdu), 85 for Electrical Maintenance, 40 seats for Mechanical Maintenance, and 12 seats for Scooter Maintenance.
All theses processes are computerised and there is absolutely no chance of any flaws in the process. The Micro Computers have been given the responsibility of implementing the process. Therefore, there is no need for any complaints, according to sources.