The Delhi High Court on Monday didn’t justify the decision of National Law University, Delhi (NLUD) for the reservation of 50% of total seats for the students of Delhi. As per the order given by the High Court, 50 percent of seats for the national capital’s students can’t be reserved at the National Law University, Delhi. Thus equal opportunity will be granted to those aspirants who pass the qualifying exam from any of the recognized schools/ colleges in Delhi. A bench of Justices Hima Kohli & Subramonium Prasad was established for the same purpose while this bench also issued an order for the fresh notification to NLUD before July 2 as well.
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Earlier, the Delhi High Court’s order came after the plea by alumni of National Law University Delhi (NLUD) against the decision taken by the university for reserving 50% of total seats to the national capital’s students. During the submission of the plea against the particular decision taken by National Law University Delhi of reserving 50% seats, alumni said that it is completely the heartbreaking decision of the rest of the students along with the national character. Besides, the reputation of the university will also be affected greatly after this decision, they added during the submission of the plea in the Delhi High Court.
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In the petition, the last of the submission of the application form (June 30, 2020) has also been mentioned. After listing the matter, the court has also given the further hearing date i.e. August 18. Besides, the petition submitted by the students also challenges that the seat increased from 80 to 120. In the plea, it was also claimed that in the new admission policy of the reservation & increased intake is not good as equal as the law came on January 14, 2020, a lack in the approval of the governing council as well as National Law University of Delhi.