30 students of Saket College in Kalyan didnt receive hall ticket this time, as their college was not affiliated to Mumbai University. As a result, students were unable to appear for their fifth semester university examination on Tuesday.
The Mumbai University draw the curtains by not issuing the hall ticket to college as it is not affiliated to the university. In order to get interim relief for the students the college has moved down to court.
Students of Saket College was given assurance by the college that they will get their hall tickets on time, but when the rest of the other colleges' students received hall tickets, Saket College's officials has nothing to offer to its students, except assurance.
"The college never told us that it does not have the required sanction from the government," says, a student from the college.
He added "when other college students were asked to fill the exam forms online, the college took our form offline. The college didn't even inform us then."
30 students of Saket College got the shock of their life when they came to know that they are not even enrolled in the university. Another college student said that for three years they run the course illegally and now, we feel that we are victim of such a deadly crime committed by them.
"They flouted several norms. They could have paid the fine to the state government and would have got the course regularized," says an official from the university.
On the other hand, vice-principal of Saket College, Shahaji Kamble blamed the university "they could have allowed the students to appear for the exam and then would have taken the required measures."
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