Chaos at Chinchwad college as excess students allotted through CAP

Chaos reigned supreme at Kamal Nayan Bajaj Junior College in Chinchwad on Tuesday,when several candidates allotted seats under the Centralised Admission Process (CAP) for Class XI at the college were refused admission.

Written by Express News Service | Pune | Published: July 17, 2013 2:30 am

Chaos reigned supreme at Kamal Nayan Bajaj Junior College in Chinchwad on Tuesday,when several candidates allotted seats under the Centralised Admission Process (CAP) for Class XI at the college were refused admission.

A total of 160 students were allotted seats at Bajaj College under CAP. Most of them reported to the institute on Tuesday morning. But,the authorities told them they have official intake of only 90 students and cannot take any more.

Kamal Nayan Bajaj Junior College has scored more than the cut-off of 90% for science stream. “My son was allotted seat here through CAP. He has scored 94% in SSC. When we reported to the college today,they refused him admission. The staff blames CAP for allotting excess students. Where will my son get admission now,” Vitthal Shinde,an aggrieved parent,said.

College supervisor Rajam Nagesh said,“We have a total intake capacity of 120 students,of which 90 were admitted through CAP. The remaining 30 are reserved under management quota. We don’t know how the authorities have allotted 160 students to our college. We don’t have the infrastructure or the resources to accommodate all of the allotted students.”

Deputy director of education and ex-officio head of CAP Suman Shinde was not available for comment in this regard, in spite of several attempts to reach her.

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