Maharashtra HC Directs Private Colleges to stop MBA Admissions till April 28

The Mumbai High Court on April 23 directs all private colleges in Maharashtra to stop the admission process to MBA courses till April 28, 2015.

The aspirants who had appeared for the MBA CET 2015 filed a petition against irregularities held in the CET. The order was passed by a division bench of Justice V M Kanade and Justice M Sonak.

The Department of Technical Education (DTE), Maharashtra has said that they have stopped the admission process to MBA courses.

The Mumbai HC has scheduled the hearing of the matter filed before different benches of the court in Mumbai, Nagpur and Aurangabad on April 28, 2015.

The MBA CET 2015 is the qualifying entrance exam for admission to MBA courses in its affiliated colleges, which was conducted across four batches on March 14 and 15, 2015.

As per the reports, MBA CET 2015 was held to controversy by mass copying by the students, some technical glitches in application submission and attendance chaos. Students also claimed that DTE had reportedly admitted to 59 questions across four batches of the exam that were wrong, which may affect the students’ scores.

According to the some reliable sources, on April 20, DTE official were absent in the HC hearing of PIL/39/2015.

More than 60,000 students had appeared for the MBA CET 2015.

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