The law courses in Government Law College have alleged irregularities in the process.
Some of the students seeking admission to the second and
third year of the law courses in Government Law College have alleged irregularities
in the process.
While on an average only two to three students get transfer admissions from other
colleges every year, more than 60 students have got seats this year. Some students
who didn't get in have alleged that they have been left out despite having higher
percentages than the cut-off.
One of those who applied for a transfer was Jaidev Kalra, who scored 56%. While
the college claims that I did not attend the interview that they conducted on August
23, I was never informed about the interview. The college should have either called
me or put it up on the website. Students with 51% have also managed to get in, he
Manjusha Molwane, incharge principal of the college, said that she has asked the
affected students to meet her on Tuesday. If they have really scored higher percentages
than the cut-offs and have followed all the procedures, I will look into the matter.
We has put up a notice in the college to announce the interviews; students who were
keen should have come and checked, added Molwane.
She added that the college
has given admission only against vacant seats, but was not aware of the numbers.
We have admitted students beyond our intake capacity, she said. She added that transfers
are given as per the colleges choice, but on merit.
Courtesy: Times of India