Mohammed panel’s relief to students
By Express News Service - KOCHI
11th August 2012 10:29 AM
Two students who had joined a B Tech course under management seats in a self-financing engineering college in Thrissur have got back their original certificates after registering complaints with the Admission Supervisory Committee for Professional Colleges headed by Justice P A Mohammed. The committee issued orders to the management of the college to return their original certificates.
The students had complained that the management refused to return their original certificates when they got admission to merit seats based on the allotment of the entrance commissioner.
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