Illegal admissions in TTL college alleged

The TTL college in Saraswathipuram has admitted students to MBA courses without getting the affiliation.

Hence, the college has not  been able to get the approval from the University of Mysore, said R S Sathyanarayan, a resident of Gokulam, third stage.

In a press release, he has said that he got the details under the Right to Information Act from University of Mysore, which stated that in relation to the TTL college MBA course, the affiliation for the year 2011-12 has not been given.

The university has clearly said that according to AICTE norms, the admission process should begin only after the approval is given. Even then the TTL college has thrown all rules to the wind, and has admitted the students illegally to the MBA course, alleged Sathyanarayan.
The first semester which will begin from January 30, will put the MBA students into trouble and they might be denied taking the university examinations, which is very sad, he has said in the release.

The TTL college which has committed a ‘public fraud,’ is liable to be punished under Indian Penal Code, he has charged.

He has also charged in the release that the University of Mysore by not issuing a public notice has kept mum on the issue.

However, the University of Mysore registrar (evaluation) B Ramu told Deccan Herald that there is no information regarding the students getting admission to TTL college for MBA courses. The list for exams is being prepared this month and the college’s name is not found in the list. If the college has not got affiliation then the question of giving permission to the students to write the exams does not arise at all, he said.

Liked the story?

  • 0

    Happy
  • 0

    Amused
  • 0

    Sad
  • 0

    Frustrated
  • 0

    Angry