“Orders permitting provisional admission of students imposing conditions such as making it clear to the students that against the refusal to grant extension of approval, the writ petition was pending and any admission made would be subject to the outcome of the petition and students ..
………………. All universities are cradles of the nation’s future. They are, therefore, required to conduct all acts in a highly bona fide and exemplary manner. This responsibility increases exponentially when the university is a premier National Law School imparting legal education to the nation’s future lawyers. How is a student of law expected to ..
” …… A provisional admission does not create any vested right in the students. A provisional admission is a concession, which is granted to a student and the same cannot be elevated to a position of a creating a vested legal right. … ” “……… We therefore direct the State Government and the respective Universities ..
“ …… what is the purpose in requiring the candidate to write all the four theory papers again if he has failed in one practical or undergo Clinical/Practical tests again for all the subjects if he has failed in one theory paper? Repetitive undertaking of examinations after having secured the minimum prescribed does not scale ..
Government of Karnataka, while amending the Karnataka Professional Education Regulation (Regulation of Admissions and Determination of Fee) Act of 2006, vide Karnataka Professional Educational Institutions (Regulation of Admission and Determination of Fee) (Amendment) Act, 2015 made an attempt to interfere and regulate the admission and entrance test procedure of the Deemed Universities. The amended sections Section 2(ff) ..
Himachal Pradesh High Court while answering a question, “Whether children through their parents have unfettered right to choose a school, in which they wish to study?” has held that free and compulsory education in a neighbourhood school as guaranteed under the RTE Act does not mean that a child has unfettered right to admission in the school ..
In a landmark Judgement, Delhi High Court has ruled that Deemed Universities though established by a Notification u/s 3 of the UGC Act, 1956 is to be treated at par with other Universities which are established statutes of Central / State Government. The High Court has also held that UGC Act, 1956 does not bar ..
The High Court of Karnataka setting aside the Judgement of Central Information Commission has held that Manipal University (MU), which is as Institution Deemed to be University does not come under the purview of the Right To Information (RTI) Act, 2005. Pursuant to an Application by an advocate, regarding the number of students admitted to ..
Madras High Court speaking through Division Bench of Justice N Paul Vasanthakumar and Justice M Sathyanarayanan has held that Banks cannot fix 60% of marks as minimum required percentage for extending education loan to students, who have secured admission under Management Quota. The Petitioner concerned in the case had secured 59 % marks and had ..