New Delhi : The Supreme Court will hear the matter Against University Grant Commission (UGC) latest guidelines on July 31 on the plea to cancel final year exam’s in India.
SC have asked Tushar Mehta, Solicitor General to file a reply on the petitions by Wednesday and Bench of Justice will be releasing final orders on friday, July 31.
The petition was filed by Yuva sena leader – Aaditya Thakrey, a final year law student – Yash Dubey and 32 students from 13 different states.
“In light of COVID, there were three situations envisaged for exams, either compete offline exams, like we used to take earlier, complete online or a merger of both. Inspite of this if some cases were left out, we will work out something soon,” said SG Tushar Mehta.
Advocate Alakh alok srivastava appearing for the 32 students have elaborated the urgency of the matter and due to spike in daily COVID cases and requested hon’ble court to hear the matter asap.
Supreme court decided to hear this on August 10 but alakh alok requested the court and asked them to hear this by this week or put a stay order on on-going exam’s. SC then decided to hear the case on July 31 friday.