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    Published On : Sun, Dec 1st, 2013
    Latest News | By Nagpur Today Nagpur News

    Senate meeting adjourned indefinitely over important issue of 250 blacklisted colleges

    Nagpur News.

    The Sunday’s RTMNU’s Senate meeting was again adjourned indefinitely after initial business over the contentious issue of 250 blacklisted colleges. The meeting was first adjourned at 2.30 pm till 5.30 pm so that final draft on documents concerning the 250 colleges to be submitted in the High Court on December 2 could be prepared. The meeting was again called at 5.20 pm but this time the meeting was adjourned indefinitely as even then the final draft could not be prepared. The adjournment of the Senate meeting again sidelined the main agenda containing 58 questions that were to be raised and discussed. Now, the adjourned Senate meeting is likely to be convened in January.

    The Senate meeting was adjourned for preparing final draft concerning 250 colleges to be submitted by Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University to the Nagpur Bench of Bombay High Court on December 2. The members were demanding that the names of those colleges which have completed the process of appointing regular teachers should be removed from the list. Similarly, the names of colleges, which have been included in the list mistakenly regarding colleges having less than 50 per cent students, should also be deleted from the list. The final draft could not be readied in two and an half hour. In this context, the meeting was again called at 5.20 pm but was adjourned.

    The Vice-Chancellor Dr Vilas Sapkal said a positive report would be submitted to the High Court regarding those colleges which have completed the process and a recommendation would be made in the Court for removing their names from the list. However, the Vice-Chancellor did not inform who will represent RTMNU in the High Court. According to information, Adv Sudhir Puranik or Adv Naoosh Khubadkar may represent the University.

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