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Addressing presspersons here on Tuesday, he said the poor students were finding it difficult to get seats because of the exorbitant fees.
The chaotic admission procedure was adding to their woes. Though the students were sponsored under the Government quota through a Centralised Admission Committee, they were sought to be levied fees several times higher than that fixed by the Government, he alleged.
The ratio of government and management seats was not clearly followed, he charged.
He said the poll results in Ernakulam and Sholapur confirmed that the Congress was on the wane, largely due to the inner-party squabbles.
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