Supreme Court has passed a judicious verdict, when a Madhya Pradesh based institute pleaded the court to grant recognition sympathizing the situation of its students.
SC in its statement has clearly stated that, there is no point of sympathizing with the students and granting recognition for the institute, as it is the responsibility of the students to verify the recognition and affiliation of the institute before taking admissions. It further reciprocated strongly saying that, students who have taken/who take admissions are graduates and they are expected to see if the institute and the courses have the sanctity of law.
The SC has refused the institute’s plea and also set aside the MP High Court’s directive to allow students to sit for the exams. The SC bench had also said that, it is obligatory for institutes offering courses to abide by the law in letter and spirit and do not give admissions in a nonchalant manner.
Source: Indian Express