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The Dharamsinh Desai University (DDU) at Nadiad has declined to enroll students in civil and chemical streams of Masters of Engineering (ME) course. The university has declined admissions on the grounds that it wants to become a self-financed institution as the government has not been providing it with grants in aid. The university claims that it has written to the education department five times over the last one year seeking the status of a self-financed institution but it has not received any reply.
University officials say that in the absence of grants from the government, it is difficult for it to function. This has led it to deny admission to students in the two streams. The officials had written to the admission committee not to allocate students meant for colleges getting grants in aid to the university. But the director of technical education prevailed over the resistance and asked the committee to allocate students to the university. A similar situation had developed at LM College of Pharmacy last week where admissions were denied on the similar grounds. After putting up resistance, the authorities finally gave admission to the students in the college.
Courtesy: Times of India
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