Amid complaints of non-cooperation, the functioning of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Open University in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh has come to standstill despite AP High Court orders, said the university’s assistant director in Vijayawada.
Prof Ch. C. Prasad has said that there is no co-operation between the Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Central governments and the state government has issued orders to stop its operations in Andhra Pradesh due to complaints.
Earlier, a report in Deccan Chronicle said that the future of four lakh students will face uncertainty owing to its closure.
The AP High Court had asked the Telangana government to continue running the 92 study centres and make payments to the staff/teachers when the state government had stopped salaries.
The new directive has stopped admissions for the coming year, said the report hinting at the possibility that those students with arrears may not take them now.