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ing the enquiry. In as much as four years have elapsed from the
date of the interim direction given by this Court and as the peti-
tioner must be in the final year degree course of engineering, no
useful purpose would be served by permitting the 6th respondent
to complete the enquiry. A direction shall, therefore, issue to the
4th respondent to treat the provisional admission granted to the
petitioner as final and to permit the petitioner to appear for all the
examinations to be conducted hereafter and to publish his results.
The writ petition is accordingly allowed. No costs. Advocate's fee
Before parting with the case, I must, however, observe that
the interim direction given by this Court on 2.9.1985 was flagrantly
disobeyed by the 6th respondent and no exaplanation whatso-
ever is either offered by him. His conduct must have caused a lot
of mental torture to the petitioner, who has been pursuing the
degree course of engineering, with the Damocles sword on his
head. The Government is, therefore, well advised to take appro-
priate action against the 6th respondent.
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The Chief Secretary, Govt. of A.R, Hyderabad.
The Secretary to Govt. of A.R Social Welfare Dept.,Sectt
Hyd/The District Collector, East Godavari at Kakinada.
The Mandal Revenue Officer, Amalapuram Mandal, E.G.Dist.
The Convenor, Common Entrance Examinations for B.E/B.Tech/
M.B.B.S. Osmania University, Hyderabad,
The Registrar, Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University,