DUSU against DU decision: Delhi University Students’ Union (DUSU) has filed a petition in the Delhi High Court against the decision to consider only the 12th number in the admission of the university. Delhi University has decided to consider only class 12th marks for admission to Kerala State Board students.
Delhi University Students Union has approached the High Court against this decision of Delhi University. In the High Court, the student union’s lawyer has been asked to explain during the next hearing of the matter on November 10 what is his right to intervene.
DUSU against DU decision, The fundamental and legal rights of students are being violated
Delhi University Students’ Union has explained that they have filed a plea in the High Court against the irrational, unfair, and arbitrary conduct of the administrators. They have disobeyed the fundamental and legal rights of several candidates. The plea filed by the students union mentioned that Delhi University has been involved in the requirement in the admission bulletin for the past several years. In which it is told that in cases where the State Board publishes the marks of both +1 and +2 combined in the marks table.
The merit of such students will be determined by combining the marks of both classes.
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Delhi University, taking a unilateral and arbitrary decision in the 2021-22 entrance examination, told the students that only class XII marks would be required to be filled. When the process of entrance examination for the 2021-22 session started, the colleges objected to the mark sheets of classes XI and XII.
DUSU said that the state board had declared the results as per the long-standing policy. Which was conducted for the education session 2020-21. The court said in that petition that fixing the cut-off is a matter of admission policy of the university.