Tamil Nadu government obdurate in its stance, informed the court that no violation took place in cancelling arrear exams, it was in the interest of the students.
Despite adjourning, the students refused to leave and they had to be removed from the video conference.
UGC hasn't withdrawn from its previous stance to conduct exams with safety protocols in place.
Observing that Anna University under the statutes is empowered to grant and suspend affiliation, the Madras High Court held that the university’s role is participative and should not be assessed as...
With the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) releasing its revised academic calendar to commence first-year engineering and polytechnic classes from December 1, the State government...
Favouring the AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education), the HC told that the government's decision of exam-less promotion is clearly a violation of the technical education body's guidelines.
The technical education body reiterated that clearing all the exams is imperative to obtain the degree certificate.
Also he raised a question as to why is promoting arrear students wrong when they appear for the same subjects that the other students were promoted sans exams.
AICTE Director has condemned the Tamil Nadu government's decision to pass all the students including those who have backlogs. The chairman has questioned that how can an arrear student be cleared of...
The AICTE has warned that students getting promoted in this fashion will not be taken for higher studies nor will they be hired in tech companies.