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Sunday, July 3, 2011

HIGHER EDUCATION: ‘Madhya Pradesh discriminating against Kashmiri students'!

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MAHIM PRATAP SINGH / The Hindu / BHOPAL, July 2, 2011.

The Madhya Pradesh government has found itself embroiled in a controversy after being accused of trying to keep Kashmiri students out of higher educational institutions in the State.
The most vocal has been Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah who expressed concern over discrimination against Kashmiri students in Madhya Pradesh after the State government notified changes in the guidelines of admission to higher education institutions in the State.
Mr. Abdullah expressed disappointment over the issue. “Disgraceful: Hindutva groups campaign to keep Kashmiri students out of M.P.,” he stated on the social networking site Twitter
The latest “admission guidelines/guiding principles for admissions” notified by the State's Higher Education Department make Kashmiri students ineligible for admission to the State's public as well as private higher education institutions.
While under the older guidelines, “Kashmiri displaced/students” were eligible for admission, the new guidelines omit the term ‘students' leaving only “Kashmiri displaced”— implying Kashmiri Pandits — eligible for admission.
ABVP demand..........................................
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‘Not an isolated case'
Shujaat Bukhari reports from Srinagar:......


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