Wednesday,17 Jul 2019
New Delhi, The Delhi High Court on Wednesday turned down a plea which alleged large-scale discrepancies in the
A bench, headed by Chief Justice D.N. Patel and including Justice C Harishankar, dismissed the plea filed by Nandita Narain, a faculty in the college.
Narain, in her petition, had contended that the cut off marks for candidates from Christian reserved category for admission to various courses in 2019-20 academic year are "artificially high and illegal".
"... The cut off marks were kept at a very high level for
"Clause 11 of these guidelines specifies that the candidates called for the interview and the written exam should be in a certain ratio to the number of seats available. The effect of clause 11 is that the candidate with the lowest marks in the zone of consideration determines the cut off marks.
The petitioner has also alleged discrepancies in the interview and written exam scheduled for admission to the
"The unlawful actions of the college and its principal are in breach of Article 14 of the Constitution of India and the actions are arbitrary, irrational and harshly impact on the lives of the students who have been unlawfully excluded from the admission process," the plea read.