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Supreme Court order on September 21 on law exam

The SC on September 11 had given its go-ahead to NLSIU to hold its separate exam, which was to be held on September 12, but restrained it from announcing the results and admitting any student
The plea was filed by former NLSIU vice-chancellor professor R. Venkata Rao and a parent of an aspirant.

PTI   |   New Delhi   |   Published 18.09.20, 01:17 AM

The Supreme Court on Thursday said it would pronounce its order on September 21 on a plea that has challenged the decision of National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore, to conduct its separate entrance examination NLAT-2020.

The plea was filed by former NLSIU vice-chancellor professor R. Venkata Rao and a parent of an aspirant.

The apex court on September 11 had given its go-ahead to NLSIU to hold its separate exam, which was to be held on September 12, but restrained it from announcing the results and admitting any student.

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