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MBA, MCA, BE students to get benefit through Supreme Court directive

The Supreme Court in one of its judgment has made many students happy, by giving orders to admit those students who have not cleared their entrance tests in Master of Business Administration.

Sep 10, 2014 12:43 IST
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The Supreme Court in one of its judgment has made many students happy, by giving orders to admit those students who have not cleared their entrance tests in Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of Computer Application (MCA), Bachelor of Engineering (BE) and Pharmacy. The decision would be beneficial to those 1850 students who were given provisional admissions to the self-financed institutes earlier.

The case is of Gujarat government versus Association of Self-Financed Colleges, where the apex court had decided that the self-financed colleges should forward the list containing the names of the candidates that were admitted to the professional courses to the state. After verifying the marks, eligibility criteria, the state should pass the orders to grant admissions to the students.

The Self-financed management has been constantly speaking in favor of it, asking the government to allow the management to admit students to the remaining vacant seats in the respective colleges.  Though, the order is not for all the students and is only for those who had already secured provisional admissions by the colleges. The colleges have in total admitted 1,500 MBA students, 150 MCA students and about 200 BE students who have not taken up entrance tests and were granted a provisional admission by the self-financed colleges. The admissions were done through the management quota in all the colleges.

Now that the Supreme Court has passed the orders in favor of the self-financed institutes permitting them admissions to the students, this should also find its place in the rules and those students who haven’t gone through to any admission tests and entrance tests should become able to take admissions if there are seats that remain vacant in the self- financed institutes.

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