As per the official notice issued by the Government Law College of Mumbai, Maharashtra, a list of 64 students was announced; their admissions were cancelled!
Coming as a shock, the students shared that they had already started attended the lectures. “We were already given the roll numbers.” The college administrators stated that the admission was on a provisional basis and the students were informed about a further procedure of scrutiny.
Reportedly, there were discrepancies in the graduation marks entered by the students in the admission forms. During the 1st round of admissions through CET (Common Entrance Test) cell, some students who were not eligible based on their marks were given provisional admission. “The authorities had taken an undertaking from the students that their admission was subject to scrutiny,” sources confirm.
Agitated by the shocking announcement, students said, “Now we’ll be considered for the final round of admissions, where preference will be given to those students who haven’t got seats in the first two rounds.” Another asserted, “If they had to cancel our admission, they shouldn’t have given us roll numbers.”
Investigating on the issue, the commissioner of CET Cell, Anand Rayte informed, “We have asked the college to submit details regarding why the admissions were first accepted and then cancelled.”