Home     About Us     Contact Us     Testimonials     Net Center Login     College Login   
 
 Back

39 pharmacy colleges blacklisted in AP


Posted On: 1-5-2012
The Pharmacy Council of India has blacklisted 39 pharmacy colleges in the state for admitting more than the permitted limit of 100 students. The colleges have admitted between 180 and 300 students when the limit is 100. No admissions will be allowed in these colleges for the ensuing 2012-13 academic year. The PCI has decided not to recognise the degrees awarded by these colleges. This puts at risk 5,000 students, who are now in their second and third years.

Dr B. Suresh, PCI chairman, will meet Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy on May 9 to submit the list of “blacklisted” colleges, which have violating the PCI norms, and urge him to erecognise them by withdrawing university affiliation. With this, the one-upmanship between the All India Council for Technical Education and the PCI over the control of pharmacy colleges has taken a new turn. The PCI’s contention is that the colleges have violated the Education Regulation Act, 1999 by admitting more students. However, the managements of these colleges claim that their intake has been approved by the AICTE, and that PCI’s diktat is unilateral and unjustified. The PCI contends that AICTE has given indiscriminate approval to increased student intake without first checking that the infrastructure and faculty in these colleges are adequate.

More News
60% increase in aspirants appearing for GRE this year
The number of candidates taking the exam from China has gone down by 7% this year. From comprising only 7% of the total aspirants in the world in 2011... Read More...
US President Barack Obama plans to expand Foreign Student Work Program
US President Barack Obama plans to allow foreign science graduates of US universities to stay and work in the country for up to 29 months, a move that... Read More...
Inter exam talks hit roadblock
Narasimhan had summoned Telangana education minister G Jagadish Reddy and Andhra Pradesh human resource development minister Ganta Srinivas Rao to dis... Read More...
Andhra Pradesh to soon get Marine University
Speaking on the occasion of World Fisheries Day on Friday, Ravindra said the state would get a Marine University to promote studies in interdisciplina... Read More...
401 scholarships for Indian students this year: British Council
"The UK and India share a well established broad-ranging and expanding partnership on education. Towards this, it has announced the Great Britain scho... Read More...
AP DSC notification 2014 released
The government will hold exams on May 9, 10 and 11. According to the notification released on Thursday, the posts required to be filled are School Ass... Read More...
CBSE notifies more course content for physics board exam
Though the material was notified as part of the CBSE syllabus, many students were unaware as it was not there in the prescribed National Council for E... Read More...
   > Sign In        > Register    





BOARDS
  CBSE
  ICSE
  NIOS
ENTRANCE EXAMS
All India

 AIEEE  AIPGMEE

 BITSAT  CAT

 CBEE  CBSE AIPMT

 CEED  CIPET

 CLAT  CMAT

 CPMEE  CSAT

 CTET  GATE

 GPAT  ICAI

 IIST  IIT JAM

 IIT JEE  JEE

 LSAT  MAT

 NATA  NCHMCT JEE

 NEET  NIFT

 NIMCET  UGC NET

 XAT
Results
Notifications
Time Tables
Tutorials
Government Jobs
Job Coaching Centers
Question Papers
Career Guidance
Distance Education
Educational Loans
Forums
Knowledge Bank
Andhra Pradesh Schools
IITs in India
Universities
Degree Colleges
Junior Colleges
Engineering Colleges
MBA Colleges
MCA Colleges
Pharmacy Colleges
MPharmacy Colleges
MTech Colleges
BEd Colleges
Medical Colleges
Law Colleges
Fashion Tech. Colleges
Architecture Colleges
Arts Institutes
All rights reserved © 2014 Vidyavision.com (A division of Stratus Info Technologies)
Home |  About Us |  Contact Us |  Blog
The content of this website is for informational purposes only. All users accessing the site undertake responsibility for the relevance and accuracy of its content. The owner cannot guarantee the content and reliability.