Adding to the woes of law aspirants, the second round of seat allotment released on Saturday was marred with glitches. Several candidates who were already allotted seats in the first round found their names on the second list.
Many who had already secured admission in the firstround made anxious calls to respective colleges to find if their admissions were not confirmed. Others who have not made it to the second list were disappointed and cried foul as they were left without seats due to the goof-up.
At the Government Law College, at least 14 students from both the three-year and five-year law courses, who already figured on the first list, found their names again on the second list. An official from the college said many anxious students called to check if their admissions were not confirmed in the first round.
In a college in Thane, names of 48 students have reappeared in the second list of seat allotment. A principal from a suburban college said the confusion over admissions refuses to end this year. “Ev eryday , a new problem seems to arise. We do understand that there could be teething problems as it is the first year of implementation, but a technical glitch like this could have been avoided,“ said the principal.
amar ujala newspaper 25/09/2016 : http://epaper.amarujala.com/