Tuesday, Oct 01, 2002
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In a press release, its president, E. Ganesan, said the functioning of the colleges should be closely monitored. The GO, issued a few months ago, stated 50 per cent of seats in such institutions should be filled on the basis of merit list prepared by the Centralised Admission Committee. Further, half of this should be free seats and the other payment seats. Mr. Ganesan said reservation for SC or OBC candidates and other categories as prescribed by the Administration would be applicable in respect of free seats.
The remaining seats should be filled from among the candidates belonging to the concerned minority community. Out of this, half should be free and the other should be payment seats. The Government clearly stipulated each institution should present a statement detailing the full particulars of the students admitted against the 50 per cent of seats filled up by the management from among the candidates belonging to the concerned community.
`Shift liquor shop'
A workers meeting of the Oulgaret unit held here recently under the chairmanship of Shanthi Baskar urged the Administration to shift a liquor shop located in close vicinity of a church and temples in the town limits of Pondicherry.
The meeting sought house site pattas to residents of the Pudhu Nagar block at Govindasalai, holding of civic polls without delay, action against those who fomented violence and caused damage to property during the recent bandh, flats for residents of the Kan Doctor Thottam, basic amenities and infrastructure in the area.
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