Hyderabad: The Hyderabad High Court on Tuesday dire-cted the authorities of AP’s NTR Health Univ-ersity and Telangana’s Kaloji Health University against conducting any further counselling for admissions into superspecialty courses till further orders.
A division bench comprising Justice V. Ram-asubramanian and Just-ice T. Rajani was hearing batch of cases challenging the decision of the convener of NEET against admitting the students from AP and Telangana into any of the universities outside these two states.
The convener had claimed that students from other states are not allowed into the colleges of AP and Telangana, citing Article 371-D and Presidential Order. In such case, universities in other states too need not allow the entry of the students of AP and Telangana even under non-local quota.
The petitioners informed the court that by virtue of the decision of the convenor several AP and Telangana students who were selected for super specialty medical seats in other states are now denied admission. The bench posted the case to Wednesday for hearing.
File affidavit in audit of funds
A division bench comprising Acting Chief Justice Ramesh Ranga-nathan and Justice J Uma Devi on Tuesday directed the Telangana government to file counter-affidavit with regard to audit of annual accounts of funds released under the Con-stituency Development Programme (CDP) to MLAs and MLCs and as Special Development Fund to ministers.
TS home official put on notice
Dealing with three separate petitions challenging the panel submitted by the Ranga Reddy district collector for the appointment of 13 additional public prosecutors in the lower courts of Ranga Reddy, the same two-judge division bench cautioned the principal secretary (home) that it would order his appearance if he failed to file the counter affidavit within a week.