Finalise Admissions for PG Courses: HC to JNTUH

Published: 01st November 2014 06:04 AM  |   Last Updated: 01st November 2014 06:04 AM   |  A+A-


HYDERABAD: The Hyderabad High Court on Friday directed the JNTUH to finalise  admissions into post-graduate courses in private engineering and pharmacy colleges which are included in the web counselling for the academic year 2014-15. 

Justice CV Nagarjuna Reddy made this order in a batch of petitions seeking inclusion of their colleges in counselling for making admissions into PG courses of engineering and pharmacy.

The judge has also directed the JNTUH to issue a notification informing the students that their fee will be refunded in case of cancellation of affiliation to the college in which they got admission.

Earlier, a single judge granted inclusion of petitioners’ colleges in the web counselling and the JNTUH challenged the order before the division bench.

On Sept 9, the division bench directed the varsity to inform the colleges about their deficiencies and also include those colleges into the counselling and that the varsity shall inform the students that the PG engineering admissions will be subjected to final outcome of the petition pending before the single judge and referred the appeal to the single judge.    

After hearing the case on Friday, Justice Nagarjuna Reddy permitted the JNTUH for finalization of admissions.

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