6 engineering colleges accused of misleading JNTU, Hyderabad

By Pti

Hyderabad, Jan 9: The Cyberabad police has carried out searches at the offices of six private engineering colleges, accused of trying to mislead the inspection teams of city-based Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU).

6 engineering colleges accused of misleading JNTU

Following a complaint filed by JNTU registrar N V Ramana Rao, police teams conducted searches after registering cases of cheating and seized records and other documents to verify if they had regular staffs, inspector T Ravinder of Ghatkesar police station said.

According to the complaint, these colleges hired teaching and other staff temporarily only to satisfy the JNTU's condition that they must have a regular staff for being eligible for annual renewal of affiliation from the varsity.

The names of the engineering colleges yet to be released by the Police.

PTI

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