SC refuses to pass interim order on pleas for stay of final year exams

The UGC told the top court that nobody should remain under the impression that since the Supreme Court is examining this issue, the final year /semester examination will be stayed

Current Affairs : The Supreme Court Friday would not pass any interval request on a group of petitions looking for crossing out of conclusive year/semester assessments in September in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic and requested that the Center away from remain of Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on the issue.

The UGC told the top court that no one ought to stay under the feeling that since the Supreme Court is inspecting this issue, the last year/semester assessment will be remained.

A seat head by Justice Ashok Bhushan, which directed the meeting through video conferencing, said that it isn’t passing any requests on the issue and posted the issues for additional consultation on August 10.

The seat, additionally involving Justices R Subhash Reddy and M R Shah, was educated by Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, showing up for the Center and the UGC, that he would notify the court about MHA’s remain on the issue.

Mehta said they are just worried about definite year tests and out of more than 800 colleges in the nation, 209 have finished the assessments.

He said that around 390 colleges are directing the assessments.

“Let no one stay under the feeling that since this court is inspecting this, it will be remained. Let understudies proceed with their investigations,” Mehta said.

To this, the seat stated, “We are not passing any such request.”

The seat likewise approached counsel for Maharashtra to put before it the June 19 request for the state catastrophe the executives board of trustees went in such manner.

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