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Why did DU give admission to 5-year legislation course by way of CLAT as an alternative of CUET, the courtroom raised questions

The Delhi Excessive Courtroom on Thursday questioned Delhi College’s resolution to confess college students to the five-year built-in legislation course on the premise of the Mixed Regulation Admission Check (CLAT UG), 2023 solely. The Excessive Courtroom noticed that Delhi College is “no totally different” when different universities are providing admission to this course on the premise of Mixed College Entrance Check (CUET) UG 2023 introduced out by the Ministry of Training. A bench of Chief Justice Satish Chandra Sharma and Justice Sanjiv Narula mentioned, “You’re no totally different when the Ministry of Training, Authorities of India, underneath the Nationwide Training Coverage, determined that admissions in central universities could be primarily based on CEET solely.” ‘

The Excessive Courtroom is listening to a petition difficult Delhi College’s resolution to grant admission to the 5 Yr Built-in Regulation Course on the premise of CLAT-UG, 2023 solely. The bench directed DU’s counsel to file a counter affidavit on the plea earlier than the subsequent listening to on August 25.

“It’s made clear that if no counter affidavit is filed earlier than the subsequent date of listening to, the query of grant of interim reduction might be taken up on this matter,” the bench mentioned.

It additionally gave time to the counsel for the Middle to answer the plea and take directions within the matter. Through the listening to, the counsel showing for DU mentioned that the college has began 5 yr built-in legislation course from this yr itself and if the August 4 notification is stayed, all the educational yr will go waste.

He mentioned that no admission is going on now and solely notification has been issued. He sought time to file reply to the petition.

“The college shall not difficulty any commercial inviting functions for admission to 5 yr legislation course on the premise of CLAT until the subsequent date of listening to,” the counsel for DU mentioned.

It has been requested within the petition that admission to the five-year built-in legislation course ought to be completed by way of CUET-UG 2023. It added that CUET-UG 2023 was launched by the Ministry of Training for admission to all undergraduate applications in Central Universities for the tutorial session 2023-24.

Prince Singh, a legislation scholar at Delhi College’s Regulation Centre, and petitioner, claimed that the college, whereas issuing the mentioned notification, has imposed a ‘utterly unreasonable and arbitrary situation’ that admission to five-year built-in legislation programs might be completely by way of CLAT-UG 2023. The outcome might be primarily based on advantage, which is violative of Proper to Equality underneath Article 14 and Proper to Training underneath Article 21 of the Structure.