The state's common entrance test (CET) for the MBA/MMS admissions was held. The candidates have not got appropriate responses from the state Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) following which the candidates have written to the chief minister Devendra Fadnavis to go on a hunger strike if a solution is not found.
The hunger strike will be staged on April 1 at the Azad Maiden.
There has been a discrepancy in the scores and percentile of the students as displayed on the DTE website.
Many students from Slot 1 alleged that their equated scores are below their actual scores
Also the students expressed the issue to the education minister, Vinod Tawde.
He has already arranged for the rechecking and the third party tacticians are going through the DTE'S method. They have given their consent to it.
The candidates are to approach the court also. They have been consulting advocates to find a legal remedy and are to also file public interest litigation
The ongoing state legislative assembly will also be discussing this issue as has been decided by the students meeting.
However the director of DTE S K Mahajan told that the scores have been transparent and also all the statistician approve of it. The students must have a faith in the accuracy of the system.
To clear out the queries of the student's one of the statistics professor will describe the normalization process to the students
A statistics professor, on Monday, will explain the normalization process to the students.