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Nepali student denied admission moves Indian court


KATHMANDU: A Nepali student pursuing higher studies in engineering in Tamil Nadu has moved the Madras High Court after he was refused admission under the lateral entry system, reported The New Indian Express on Tuesday.

According to petitioner Chhedi Narayan Sharma of Lahan in Nepal, he completed his diploma in mechanical engineering from Tribhuvan University in 2013.

With dream at heart to attain higher academia, Sharma had applied for admission in Tamil Nadu.

Nonetheless, he was denied admission on the ground that a foreign national with diploma course qualification is not eligible to be admitted under the lateral system.

Senior counsel K Doraisamy states that the diploma course undergone by the petitioner had been recognized by the Department of Technical Education in Nepal which is equivalent to the course offered in India.

In his recent visit to Nepal, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi had stressed the importance of prosperous education and trade relationship between the two countries as Nepal is a member of SAARC nations.

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