High Court refuses to stay EAMET web-counselling
August 18, 2014 - Hyderabad
Hyderabad High Court on Monday refused to stall the ongoing web counselling for EAM CET 2014 for filling the seats in Engineering Colleges at this stage.
Justice Rajasekhar Reddy was hearing a batch of petitions filed by the private engineering colleges on an urgent motion who challenged the action of the JNTU in not granting affiliation said that it cannot give stay.
Several counselling appearing for the petitioners contended that without there being any prior notices and the University has no power to refuse the affiliation to 174 colleges on the ground that they do not have the facilities as required by AICTE.
Maintaining that the Higher Education Council as well as the varsity will be made available in the notices in their websites by August 20, he urged the court not to grant any stay and grant time till August 22 to file the counter affidavits on the petitions. While considering the request of the advocate general, the judge admitted the petitions and adjourned the case to August 22.