The colleges who went to court against the JNTU-H move. Inspection of 164 of the 174 colleges by the experts from BITS Pilani Hyderabad campus, IIT Hyderabad, Osmania University and polytechnic colleges.
The Supreme Court had kept a deadline
up to December 31 for the completion of inspections. Experts from colleges were busy in conducting inspections and in this JNTU faculty didn’t take part.
As per the information, about 60 to 70 private engineering colleges showed their willingness to shut down and they approached the government asking for the transfer of the students they admitted in the special phase of Eamcet counselling permitted by SC.
According to source, many colleges didn’t allow the experts to enter and shut their gates when they reached the campus and some colleges borrowed teachers from others.
JNTU-H should also show to the Supreme Court how the affiliation of these colleges was renewed last year while it was refused this year.