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The Court was perusing a writ petition filed by BMS College of Law wherein they had submitted that BCI’s website was not updated regarding the College’s current affiliation status.

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The concerned school, despite being cautioned, continued to indulge in different kinds of irregularities resulting in discontinuation of the affiliation of the school.

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A notice/advertisement inviting applications for admission provides complete transparency in the admission process and all students who meet the eligibility criteria have an equal opportunity to apply for the course. The selection of students should not be based on extraneous factors like personal connections, wealth or social status or other resources of getting limited information of admission notice.

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Section 17(4) of the National Council for Teacher Education Act, 1993 very specifically states that if any degree is granted by a College, which had admitted students during the period when the College suffered from withdrawal of recognition or affiliation, then such a degree or certificate cannot be treated as a valid qualification for the purpose of employment.

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