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Controversy over Released Merit List of ACPC by CBSE students

Jul 14, 2014 17:17 IST

    Controversy surrounded Admission Committee for Professional Courses (ACPC) with the release of the merit list. CBSE students plan to move to Gujarat High Court for getting better judgment on the merit list prepared by ACPC.

    As per one of the parent of a CBSE student, the defective percentile adopted by Gujarat ACPC has done injustice to CBSE students. The ranks given to the CBSE student in the prepared merit list by ACPC has made the CBSE student to secure 1,514 rank instead of 1,091 rank. KK Gupta, the parent of the CBSE student demanded explanation for such merit list. He even quoted the merit list to be illegal, unjust, arbitrary, and said that it should be scraped immediately. He even added that the students will definitely approach the HC against the merit list.

    ACPC committee was started off by Education Department of Gujarat to regulate the admission of the candidate to the professional degree courses respectively. It declared its final merit list of the students which has 62,723 students against the provisional list of 61,344 students. About 9,338 seats were left vacant after the first mock test. A total of 34.20 lakh choices were given by 59,000-odd students. Maximum 38,368 students preferred to get admission in mechanical faculty, followed by civil (33,751 students), electrical (30,235 students) and computer (27,146 students).

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