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    5,000 students from unrecognised universities in Hyderabad seek transfer to JNTU, OU or affiliated colleges.

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    Around 5,000 students are facing an uncertain future because they were admitted to colleges that claim to be universities without proper recognition from the University Grants Commission. Several student unions have requested that the State government transfer these students to JNTU or Osmania University or its affiliated colleges. Some students have pointed out that there are five universities, including SNIST, Guru Nanak, Kaveri, MNR College of Engineering & Technology, and NICMAR, that are not recognized.

    The Governor Dr Tamilisai Soundararajan has returned The Telangana State Private Universities (Establishment and Regulation) (Amendment) Bill, 2022, to the government, raising objections. Approximately 5,000 students who are pursuing studies in these universities are suffering because some institutions have not been recognised as universities yet.

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    Venkat Balmoori, State president of National Students’ Union of India (NSUI), said that the government should take action against these colleges for illegally running official websites and taking admissions. He also suggested transferring the affected students to JNTU or Osmania University as exams are about to begin.

    An anonymous SNIST student said that their university admitted 400 students to the Computer Science Engineering group charging Rs 4 lakh per annum. It was promised that the university would receive recognition within two months, but now it has been more than seven months with no clarity. The first semester exams were scheduled on April 28 but were cancelled because of a student strike. The student suggests transferring the students to Osmania University or its affiliated colleges.

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    A student from Guru Nanak University (GNU) said that around 4,000 students were given admission with the promise that the institution would soon become a private university. After eight months of enrolling students, nothing has happened. The student suggests transferring the students to JNTU or Osmania University or its affiliated colleges to secure their future.

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