“Only two students have problems and their parents are creating a ruckus. At the time of admission we had told them that our college doesn’t have an MBA course,” said Col Sanjib Nag, campus director of WLCI.
“There is a certain procedure for cancelling admission. Till now no one has submitted an application requesting to cancel admission. But, I have told the head office that if few students want to cancel their admissions for the diploma course in management, we will refund the fee,” added Nag.
MiD DAY had reported yesterday about the anger amidst parents over a course being offered to them under the pretext of it being a MBA course, costing about Rs 2.5 lakh.
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