College still enrolling students despite HSEB warning

2015-01-06

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Though the Higher Secondary Education Board has already cancelled the registration of Gillette College of Kalimati from this academic session, the college is still enrolling students.

Last year, the HSEB has ordered the school not to enroll new students for the new academic session while during this year the board cancelled the registration of this college. But, without getting legal permission, it has been playing over the future of student by enrolling them.

The HSEB has ordered the college not to enroll students after it found the college was involved in leaking questions to the students during examinations. The college was found guilty of leaking the class eleven question papers of Physics during last year.

Currently, the college has been enrolling the students in its management stream.

Dambar Batash, monitoring department chief of the HSEB informed that the HSEB has already cancelled the registration of the college. Therefore, enrolling students without legal approval is illegal. The HSEB will allow the college students to sit in examination.

Janga Bahadur Aryal, Kathmandu regional office chief, informed that the college could enroll the students only if college has been re-registered through the proper registration process.

After HSEB cancelled the registration of the college, the college filed a writ at Supreme Court requesting the court to allow the college to operate its academic session. But, the SC is yet to issue its verdict on the writ petition of the college.

[Source: The Rising Nepal]