Justice Prathiba M. Singh of the Delhi High Court has authorized Delhi University to seize a relook at its course structures and the eligibility standards and revise the same, adequately within the time for the upcoming academic year. The recommendation was issued on a petition contending that marks in computer science in class XII ought to be considered while adjudging merit for admission to the B.Sc. (Hons.)Physics course.
The petitioner does not want a modification in the eligibility norms for admission to B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics and he is not seeking elision of Chemistry, stated by the Senior Advocate V. Shekhar, appearing for the petitioner
The petitioner just wants the addition of Computer Science as one of the subjects for calculation of the total that is supposed for deciding the merit list.
The petitioner only wants to include computer science as a subject for total computing which is considered for the admission.
Shekhar additionally told, while the score in physics should be relevant for admission to the B.Sc. (Hons.) program in CS, the other way around isn’t substantial. He presents that for contemplating Physics, information on Computer Science would be pertinent.
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DU’s counsel Mohinder Rupal said that the entire challenge is of merit as the information bulletin was released in June 2020, but the challenge remains only after the results of class XII are declared.
He further presented that the candidate was not oppressed by the qualification standards for B.Sc. (Hons.) preceding the outcomes being declared, which itself shows that on the grounds that the candidate has scored a 100/100 in Computer Science, he needs the said subject to be thought of.