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SC Against Students of Unrecognized Institutions

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SC Against Unrecognized Institutions
The Supreme Court against students taking admission in education institutions without verifying whether, their admitting institution is recognized or not. SC refused to show sympathy towards those students.

A Bench of justices K S Radhakrishnan and Dipak Misra refused to grant recognition to a Madhya Pradesh based institute and turned down its plea to sympathise with students as they would suffer if recognition is not granted.

The Bench said, "The students who are admitted to the these institutions are graduates. They have to enquire whether the institution has recognition and affiliation. If we allow ourselves to say so, the institution had given admission in a nonchalant manner. Possibly, its functionaries harboured the idea that they had incomparable fertile mind. The students who had taken admission possibly immersed with the idea that ignorance is a bliss,"

The institution that is engaged in imparting a course has to obey the command of law in letter and spirit and there should not be any deviation, it said.

"But, Unfortunately, some of the institutions flagrantly violate the norms with audacity and seek indulgence of the court either in the name of mercy or sympathy for the students or financial constraint of the institution or they have been inappropriately treated by the statutory regulatory bodies," the bench said.

It set aside the Madhya Pradesh High court which had directed that the students of Diploma in Elementary Education who have been admitted for the academic session 2010-11 should be allowed to undertake the examinations.

"It is also necessary to state that the institution had the anxious enthusiasm to commercialise education and earn money forgetting that such an attitude leads to a disaster. The students exhibited tremendous anxiety to get a degree without bothering for a moment whether their effort, if any, had the sanctity of law, Such attitudes only bring nemesis, "the judgement, written by justice Misra, said.

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