List of Private B.Tech Colleges in Karnataka

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Jain University - (JU), Bengaluru

ESTD 1990 | Private| UGC Recognised
1+ reviews

B.E in Electrical and Electronics Engineering |  537,500

Exams List: GATE

Admissions: B.E in Electrical and Electronics Engineering admission 2017

"Kevin Shaw, pictured, has filed a lawsuit against Pierce College and the nine-campus Los Angeles Community College District alleging a violation of his 1st Amendment right to free speech. (Dawn Bowery / FIRE) The Times Editorial Board If you think college campuses are hotbeds of political expression, Kevin Shaw may change your mind.Shaw, a student at Pierce College in Woodland Hills, says he was handing out Spanish-language copies of the U.S. Constitution on campus last November when he was stopped by a college administrator who told him he was allowed to exercise his 1st Amendment rights only within a minuscule “free speech zone” located near a campus thoroughfare. Not only that — before doing so, he had to obtain a permit from college officials.With legal assistance from the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, or FIRE, a national organization that advocates for free speech on college campuses, Shaw is suing Pierce and the Los Angeles Community College District claiming that his 1st Amendment rights were violated. He makes a compelling case.A spokesman for the district says that it firmly stands behind every student's right to free expression.” But that lofty language is hard to square with a policy of confining free speech — including protests, speeches and the distribution of literature — to a 616-square-foot parcel on a 426-acre campus. And if, as Shaw’s complaint alleges, Pierce requires permission in advance before a student may engage in speech even within the zone, that limits spontaneous and anonymous speech and may imply that the college can veto speech it didn’t like.As Shaw’s complaint in federal court notes, the Supreme Court has held that state colleges and universities are not enclaves immune from the sweep of the 1st Amendment.” Yet the community college district has only grudgingly acknowledged that reality. Its “free speech” policy describes the colleges as “" 1 more reviews

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