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The Punjab Technical University (PTU) has been restrained by the Delhi High Court from admitting students in its distance education programme courses till IGNOU accords approval on the issue for the current academic year.

A bench of Chief Justice D Murugesan and Justice V K Jain told “We direct the second respondent university not to admit any student pursuant to the advertisement made on December 3, 2012 without specific approval from respondent No. 6 Distance Education Council of IGNOU.”

The court’s order came on a petition filed by one Tilak Singh, a resident of Delhi, alleging that the University was inviting applications despite the fact that it’s plea for extension for running the distance education programme courses was pending with IGNOU.

“Vide communication dated October 12, 2012, the Distance Education Council (of IGNOU) has also directed the Punjab Technical University not to admit any student till the application for extension/approval of recognition is pending.

“In spite of the above communication, it appears that the University in question has published advertisement…Calling for applications of the students. Now, in our opinion, in the absence of of any recognition or approval, the University cannot make any admission and that too when the it has been specifically told by the Council concerned that the students should not be admitted,” the court said.

The court has asked the PTU and others to file their responses to the petition and fixed the matter for hearing on March 11.

During the hearing, the counsel for Singh said the PTU was playing with the career of lakhs of students and have duped them to the tune of crores of rupees


15 Responses to “High Court restrains PTU admissions in distance courses”

  1. nidhi

    i must say every enrolled student must file a case against ptu for deceiving its students and charge one crore rupees penalty for this 😉

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  2. ASHSIH GUPTA

    I am a BSC-IT 6th sem student under ptu, what ill happend if ptu dont win the case in court, will they refund our money and time.
    what a fuck ptu…………………

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    • Sandeep Kumar

      Yarr Ye nhi jeet payenge kyuki jab inhone bina approval ke hi admission start kar rkhi thi to case to inke khilaf hi banta hai na.Aur in cases ke results aane mai lamba time lag jata hai…Is se acha LPU ya SMU se kar lo. Aur ue pese non-refundable hote hai.

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  3. Bikash

    i have given my exam few months back for 1 sem (mba) and my result is still pending. m still preparing for 2nd sem… why this ptu did do with us….? i belonging frm a middle class family and my father is hepling me to complete my study i.e mba. i have paid my sem fees to my institute and now if ptu does not win then who is going to refund my money and my time …?????? i have not informed my family abt this, if they come to knw i won’t be able to face my famliy and i can’t able to join any other institute like others… why should i face such problem…? i wnat my career safe…

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  4. Rajib

    I m a studnt of mba 1st sem under ptu..now i dont know wht to do..wil i quit or continue the mba course…plz tel me

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  5. Amit

    I am a MBA 1st sem student under ptu, what ill happend if ptu dont win the case in court, will they refund our money and time.

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  6. Md Nur-E-Azam

    if the highcourt did’t give the report against ptu.then where we go,what is our future.lakes of student where they go.it is reialy bad with us.we waste lots of money and time.did ptu refund our money or time.

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