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The five-member panel, constituted by Justice A. Kulasekaran, who is hearing two writ petitions from the JA Institute of Engineering and Technology at Koyambedu and the Sakthi Engineering College at Orakkadam in Padappai, will have to submit a report before July 29.
The colleges challenged an order passed by the Anna University disaffiliating them `in respect of all courses offered by them for the academic year 2003-04'. They sought to quash the university's order, and as an interim relief prayed for a stay on all proceedings taken under the order, including transfer of students to other colleges. They claimed that the institutions had sufficient infrastructure to satisfy the requirements of the AICTE. They charged the university with issuing the impugned order arbitrarily and with malafide intention.
The committee formed by Mr. Justice Kulasekaran comprises D.K. Subramaniam of the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore, K.A. Baskaran of the Indian Institute of Technology here, Arumugam of the Regional Engineering College in Tiruchi, V. Sankaranarayanan of the Crescent Engineering College at Vandalur and G. Ramaiyan of the College of Engineering in Anna University.
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