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44 deemed universities in india to be closed 3 Years, 2 Months ago

there are some list of college which is going to lose the status of deemed university The 44 deemed universities which have been listed for de-recognition include the following: TAMIL NADU St. Peter's Institute of Higher Education & Research Noorul Islam Centre for Higher Education Chettinad Academy of Research & Education Meenakshi Academy of Higher Education & Research Dr. MGR Educational & Research Institute Saveetha Institute of Medical and Technical Sciences Kalasalingam Academy of Research and Education Periyar Maniammai Institute of Science and Technology Academy of Maritime Education and Training Vel's Institute of Science, Tech & Advanced Studies Karpagam Academy of Higher Education Vinayaka Mission's Research Foundation Bharath Institute of Higher Education and Research Ponnaiyah Ramajayam Institute of Science & Technology Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development Vel Tech Rangarajan Dr. Sakunthala R&D Institute of Science & Technology KARNATAKA Sri Siddhartha Academy of Higher Education Sri Devaraj Urs Academy of Higher Education & Research Yenepoya University BLDE University Jain University Christ University UTTAR PRADESH Shobhit Institute of Information Technology Jaypee Institute of Information Technology Santosh University Nehru Gram Bharati University MAHARASHTRA DY Patil Medical College Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences Tilak Maharashtra Vidyapeeth RAJASTHAN Janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth IASE University (Sardarshahr) Mody Institute of Technology and Science HARYANA Manav Rachna International University Lingaya's University Maharishi Markandeshwar University UTTARAKHAND Gurukula Kangri Vishwavidyalaya Graphic Era University OTHERS Nava Nalanda Mahavihara (Bihar) National Museum Institute (New Delhi) Vignan's Foundation for Science, Tech & Research (Andhra Pradesh) Sumandeep University (Gujarat) Siksha 'O' Anusandhan University (Orissa) Sri Balaji Vidyapeeth (Puducherry)

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Re: 44 deemed universities in india to be closed 3 Years, 2 Months ago

The Supreme Court has stopped the Central Government from divesting 44 universities of their special "deemed university" status. A bench of Justice Dalveer Bhandari and Justice AK Patnaik ordered status quo on the special grading of the 44 deemed university on a plea by several university dons flocking to the court with the plea that the Government move would create havoc and panic among the students. "Nothing will happen to your institutions and your students till we dispose the matter," assured Justice Bhandari as various senior counsel, representing various deemed universities, opposed the government's move to derecognise them. The bench also issued notices to each of the 44 deemed universities separately to have their say on the issue and adjourn the matter for next hearing . The bench gave the order while hearing a public interest lawsuit by an advocate Viplav Sharma, questioning the Government's generous stance in according deemed university status to increasing numbers of educational institutions, which allegedly have been doubling up as educational shops. As the bench began the hearing, Attorney General Goolam E Vahanvati, appearing for the Central Government sought two weeks' time to file a comprehensive affidavit on behalf of the government, detailing the procedures that it proposes to adopt for derecognising various deemed universities, lacking proper academic performance and poor infrastructure. Vahanvati also told the court that the Government was fully conscious of the uncertainties that the students studying in these universities may face and accordingly, the affidavit would detail the government's "well considered steps" to ensure that the students are not disturbed. But the very submission of the government's top law officer made nearly half a dozen high profile senior counsel, including Fali S. Nariman, K. Parasaran, Rajeev Dhawan, Ranjit Kumar, Ayan Sundram and Dushyant Dave see red over the government's proposed move against the education shops. They charged that the Government was taking action on the basis of a panel, Tandon Committee, which does not even have a statutory backing and wanted the court to examine if the government's proposed action was legal. The governments' move would create havoc in the academic world and create panic among students, they claimed. Some of the senior counsel contended their clients' universities were being derecognised within months after they got the deemed university status after due inspection by the University Grants Commission.

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