Telangana High Court has given key directions to the Inter Board in dealing with Unidentified Colleges. Ordered to take action and report.
The Telangana High Court on Thursday (Feb 27) filed a petition in the case of Sree Chaitanya and Narayana College. The Inter-Board was directed to take action against unidentified colleges and submit a report. Social activist Rajesh has filed a public interest lawsuit seeking an inquiry into the irregularities in Narayana and Sri Chaitanya colleges and the abolition of unidentified colleges. The state high court is investigating the matter. The Inter-Board submitted a report to the High Court on the details of unauthorized colleges in the state.
The Interim Board of the High Court said that the showcase notice was issued to colleges not receiving NOC from the Fire Department. However, the closure of the colleges will have an impact on the students as the inter-exams are scheduled to be held from March 4. The court informed the court that there were 29,808 students in colleges that issued showcase notices and that there were exam centers in non-NOC colleges. The closure of colleges will affect thousands of students.
Hearing the inter-board arguments, the High Court directed the non-NOC colleges to submit their final report on April 3. The High Court was dissatisfied with the interim report, which was submitted to the court during a hearing on Thursday.