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Thursday, June 26, 2014

Nagpur University may conduct special exams for 6,616 students

Nagpur University may conduct special exams for 6,616 students

The dark clouds of uncertainty hovering over Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University's move to conduct special exams for 6,616 students in 63 of the 250 banned colleges are likely to clear on Thursday. It is believed that the move may get green signal during academic council's meeting.
The controller of examinations (CoE) Vilas Ramteke has said that conducting speical exam would be against the Maharashtra Universities Act. However, due to directives by State government and stand taken by high court, the administration is ready to take this exam, as per sources in university.
As many as 63 colleges gave admissions to 6,616 students though they were not allowed to do so. The State government had directed that special exam should be conducted for them. An emergant meeting of academic council of university was also organised on June 23. But some members objected to this special exam citing possible violation of Maharashtra Universities Act.
Exam controller Vilas Ramteke had clearly opposed to special exam saying there is no provision of special exam. Later, the meeting was adjourned till Thursday.
The judges duo of Nagpur bench of Bombay High Court Bhushan Dharmadhikari and Chandrakant Bhadang had directed that issue of 6,616 students should be reviewed in the academic council's meeting to be held on Thursday. The next hearing on this issue will be held on July 1. Before that, RTMNU has to come out with a decision passed unanimously in academic council's meeting, before high court.
Meanwhile, institute directors are pressurising administration officials to hold special exam. The directors who gave admissions to students barring rules, are regularly meeting university officials urging them to take decision in this regard. They tried to meet acting vice-chancellor Anupkumar.
The university administration has finally shown readiness to hold exam of 6616 students who were given admissions illegally. Even pro- vice-chancellor had stated that administration was ready to hold exams. But exam controller Vilas Ramteke who is responsible to hold exam, has put finger on rule. He has said that if this exam is held, it would be violation of section 14(5) of Maharashtra Universities Act. BCUD director Dr Komawar said that exam controller's stand on this issue is based on Ramteke's knowledge about law.
Acting vice-chancellor Anupkumar held a meeting of senior officials and expressed unhappiness on stand taken by exam controller.

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