The special meeting that was convened by former Supreme Court judge K.T. Thomas at his residence to resolve the CMS College issue has successfully overcome the impasse.

The meeting was attended by members of the special committee that included the local M.L.A. V.N. Vasavan, former M.P. and CMS College alumnus K. Suresh Kurup, Registrar of the Madhya Kerala Diocese of the Church of South India (CSI) Stephen J. Daniel, CMS College Principal M.M. Korah, CSI synod secretary M.M. Philip and Students Federation of India (SFI) district secretary Sojan Francis.

The talks have led to the unanimous agreement to allow the student, who faced the disciplinary action, to appear for the examinations. Mr. Korah, who was absent at the commencement of the meeting, agreed to accept the examination application submitted by the student. Moreover, on submission of a request by the student, the Principal will recommend to condone the period of the student’s suspension as granted leave. A letter, stating the above, would be sent to the Mahatma Gandhi University (MGU).

The special committee would also recommend the approval of the letter by the Principal, thereby permitting the student to appear for the examination.