12-29-2014, 09:10 PM
Delivering a crushing blow, Nagpur bench of the Bombay High Court rejected a petition filed by Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University is seeking permission for the announcement of the results of the special studies. the next hearing will be held on November 10.
Justice Bhushan Dharmadikari and justice Purkaraj Bora RTMNU rejected applicants for permission to announce the results of the special examination the Court questioned the qualifications of University students and how many students appeared on the special examination.RTMNU did not provide detailed information on special examinations in the High Court, prompting the judges to reject the petition.
It is important to note that RTMNU has given permission for the conduct of special examinations in the a total of 63 students of universities of 6616 250 prohibited colleges. the issue of special examinations had not been concluded with the Office of the Governor. The 63 colleges had completed the process of appointing at least one regular teacher. Subsequently, RTMNU, sub-rules confessions 6616 students and thus paved the way for the special examination, which began on August 28 and lasted until September 26, however, only 2900 students got special examinations.
RTMNU, by notifying June 7, 2013 onwards, recognition was prohibited in 250 colleges that do not have any regular teachers and indulging in other breaches of the ban has become a flash point of clashes between authorities and College RTMNU that has led to dozens of unrest.
Question no regular teachers in more than 250 colleges were hogged the limelight in RTMNU. request to send these colleges to appoint full-time faculty was filed in the Supreme Court, Sunil Mishra. Subsequently, the Supreme Court issued a notice, RTMNU and State administration in the preliminary hearing. the issue was hotly debated at the meeting of the Scientific Council and Board of management. Later, the Council decided to hold the Special Exam students of these universities, with 50 per cent of the teachers. However, the claimant Sunil Mishra against the decision of the Academic Council is holding a special exam, sending 50 per cent of the State. In addition, Mishra also claimed that the proposal was not submitted to academic Council to the High Court. Special examinations are carried out with the permission of the Supreme Court and the Court ordered RTMNU announce the results only after the final decision. However, RTMNU filed a motion seeking permission to announce the results as soon as exams are over. But the application was dismissed following a hearing will take place on 10 November.