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The High Court of Judicature, Allahabad had decided the case Satya Prakash Tiwari & Others v. State Of U.P. Thru. Secy. Higher Edu. Lko & Others, as it was an urgent matter as the Court wouldn’t take up any on Dussehra Vacations. The order was disposed of by directing the opposite party No. 5 to take a decision regarding the subject matter within a period of twenty-four (24) hours.

Facts of the Case

The first writ petition (No. 18658 (MS) of 2020) was filed by thirteen (13) students who have taken admission in Dulari Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Ambedkar Nagar. The other (No. 18987 (MS) of 2020) was filed Dulari Mahila Mahavidyalaya, the organization itself. They were filed regarding the admissions that have been taken place in the Colleges concerned without any allotment being made by Mahatma Jyotiba Phoole Ruhelkhand University, Bareilly.

A Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) for B.Ed. admissions was held by Ruhelkhand University and the petitioners had taken part of it and were allowed to take part in the Counseling but weren’t allotted at Dulari Mahila Mahavidyalaya but in other colleges.

Submissions at the Court

The Dulari Mahila Mahavidyalaya had been allotted 47 students by Ruhelkhand University for the academic year (2019-21) but 14 students out of the total of 50 sanctioned seats didn’t approach for admission. It was alleged that the college took 14 admissions on its own and sent a letter regarding the same to the concerned authority, the State Coordinator JEE, Ruhelkhand University on 15th July, 2020. The Principal of the Institution had sent information regarding the matter to the Awadh University and the registrar of the latter had sent a letter to the opposite party No. 5 to take decision. However, the decision wasn’t taken as of yet but the letter was sent on the 11th of November, 2019.

Court’s Decision

In view of the above hearings, the bench of learned Judge Sangeeta Chandra, had disposed the order directing the opposite party No. 5 to take a decision on the letter dated 11th of November, 2020 within Twenty four (24) hours as it has been informed to this Court because the B.Ed. First Year Examinations are going to be held with effect from 28th of October, 2020. Furthermore, the court had directed that a mail be sent to the concerned authorities with respect to the same.

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