Jesus and Mary College have challenged the Delhi University notification regarding the DU CUET admission decision of considering only the Common University Entrance Test (CUET) score. As a result, JMC has filed a plea at Delhi High Court and it will be heard on 24 May.
Further, Jesus and Mary College have argued that Delhi University can’t take away the rights of students belonging to the minority quota. As per DU notification, the undergraduate admissions for all students including the minority quota purely based on the results of CUET.
Similarly, St. Stephen’s College also filed a plea regarding the same issue. This olea will also come on 24 May 2023. The plea challenging the Executive Council notification came on 30 December 2022.
Further, advocate Romy Chacko said that DU can’t interfere with or take away minority educational institutions’ right to take undergraduate or graduate students’ admission. As per the plea, “The DU has now resolved that for the 2023 academic session, even the admission for 50% Christian quota will be based on CUET score only. Moreover, only 15 per cent marks for the interview will be permitted.”
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