High Court allows minority engg college students to take exams

High Court allows minority engg college students to take exams
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A two judge bench of the High Court at Hyderabad comprising Acting Chief Justice Dilip B Bhosale and Justice P Naveen Rao on Monday directed the JNTU Telangana to permit students of private minority education institutions to take their ongoing first year examinations. The bench made clear that the results in the examination would be subject to further orders in the pending appeals. 

A two judge bench of the High Court at Hyderabad comprising Acting Chief Justice Dilip B Bhosale and Justice P Naveen Rao on Monday directed the JNTU Telangana to permit students of private minority education institutions to take their ongoing first year examinations. The bench made clear that the results in the examination would be subject to further orders in the pending appeals.

The cases are an offshoot of the action of the JNTU in not permitting various private educational institutions to make admissions to engineering, M Tech, MBA and MCA courses. An earlier order in so far as M Tech students was also made by the bench. The university unsuccessfully challenged it before the Apex Court.

The bench on Monday directed the managements to produce the relevant records whereby the students were allotted to the said colleges by the Convenor of “Window 3” admissions. On such verifications, the university authorities were directed to permit the students to take the examinations.

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