In the plea filed by the former vice-chancellor of NLSIU, the decision to hold the exam has been termed as “manifestly arbitrary and illegal decision”.
After hearing the matter on the decision of the National Law School of India University (NLSIU) to conduct a separate entrance examination – National Law Aptitude Test (NLAT) 2020 -- the Supreme Court said it will pronounce its verdict on September 21.
The plea filed by the former vice-chancellor of NLSIU and the parent of the aspirant was being heard by the bench. Whereas, the decision to hold the exam has been termed as “manifestly arbitrary and illegal decision” in the plea. It sought to quash the admission notification for the academic year 2020-21.
Putting the aspirants under unprecedented uncertainty, the pleas claimed that the university’s decision has been taken without the application of mind. The decision was solely made to create an “elitist institution” where aspirants who can afford to take the tests will be catered. The varsity is “completely ignoring the aspirations of poor, marginalised, and less privileged candidates”, mentioned in the plea.
Earlier, the apex court allowed NLSIU to conduct the separate NLAT. Whereas, the court further ordered to restrain the varsity from announcing the results.
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