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Swati Khinvasara who moved the HC against Government Law Colleges (GLC) admission process, finally managed to get a seat under the merit list, after some students cancelled their admissions.
After losing the case in the court early this month, Khinvasara had lost all hopes of getting in to the premier college. However, after cancellations against admission she managed to secure a seat. A division bench dismissed the petition filed by Khinvasara who challenged the deduction of 5% from the scores of students who did not take the state board exams. The judges upheld the policy saying that the college had adhered to the norms and it would leave students from the state board at a disadvantage if the policy is discontinued. After her petition was dismissed, Swati was all set to move the apex court. However, moving the Supreme Court would have meant one more month wasted in court proceedings. It was pointless to do that. I would have missed a months lectures, so I gave up, said Khinvasara. The admissions to the course closed at 1.6% more than my aggregate. After a few cancellations, I got in through merit. Swati had moved the court as she believed that giving away 5% to state board students was unfair for those from other boards. A GLC official said that a few students had given up on their seats and taken admissions elsewhere after the process was delayed this year. Since lectures in other colleges had already started by then, some students cancelled their admissions. Khinvasara has managed to adjust to the group and there was no ill feeling against her, said an official.
Courtesy: Times of India
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