Updated: December 15, 2019 3:28:37 am
Yuva Sena members, who’re a part of the University of Mumbai Senate have written to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, complaining against coaching classes that concurrently function as junior colleges.
Recently, Rao IIT academy, which runs the junior colleges, courted controversy for being denied an index quantity by the state board for not assembly infrastructural norms. On December 2, the junior school was issued a letter by the workplace of deputy director of schooling, stating that the school has not fulfilled the phrases and circumstances which want to be fulfilled for state board’s recognition.
All college students belonging to the academy had been then enrolled for HSC exams utilizing the index variety of different colleges.
The Yuva Sena members have alleged that then college schooling minister Vinod Tawde, within the educational 12 months 2018-2019 gave permission to Rao Junior College with out following the legislation and due procedures. Rao Junior College operates junior school at 5 locations within the metropolis. Out of those 5 locations, neither of the place affords college students the essential services required from a university. All the 5 colleges function out of 3-Four rooms of residential or business buildings.
Members have additionally alleged that apart from Rao Junior College, Allen Junior College and Laqsya Junior College Have cheated college students by admitting them to class 11.
The members have appealed the chief minister to type a excessive degree inquiry committee to look into the matter.
Despite repeated makes an attempt, Tawde remained unavailable for remark.
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