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Gangadhar Hugar

RTI to know what happened to my Ph.D

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Gangadhar Hugar

Hello,

I have taken an admission for Ph.d course at Dravidian University Kuppam in the year 2009 and submitted the thesis in May2014 on CUSTOMER BEHAVIOUR ANALYSIS WITH

REGARD TO SELECT FAST MOVING CONSUMER GOODS:

Empirical Study from Mumbai City. Registration No.00109222115.

As I have heard that matter in court due to excess admissions for research students, Please let me know the status

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Prasad GLN

You may file RTI Application to SPIO, DU,Kuppam seeking information on present status as per AP State rules.. (The incidents are notorious and a shame for any organisation) It is always better if you visit personally and sort out the issue, as such things can be settled immediately with such University.

 

Application dt....seeking information under RTI Act filed

Before SPIO, Dravidian University, KUPPAM, Chittor dt. AP with

RTI fee: Indian Postal Order No.....fvg. Dravidian University payable at Kuppam

Applicant:

 

Brief Facts: Ph.d course at Dravidian University Kuppam in the year 2009. ............ has submitted the thesis in May 2014 on CUSTOMER BEHAVIOUR ANALYSIS WITH REGARD TO SELECT FAST MOVING CONSUMER GOODS: Empirical Study from Mumbai City. Registration No.00109222115.

Matter in court due to excess admissions for research students.

 

Information solicited

1) Please inform present status in Court as expeditiously as possible, as applicant has invested lot of time and money for the course.

Mumbai

17th Dec,14..........................................................Applicant.

(Please file application by Regd., post and preserve counterfoil of IPO and postal receipt duly pasted on office copy of your application)

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MANOJ B. PATEL

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