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The Supreme Court on Tuesday (Mar 12) asked Bar Council of India (BCI) to reconsider its decision to impose an age-limit for entry into law courses.

The bench comprising Justices SA Bobde, SK Kaul and S Abdul Nazeer were acting on a plea filed by law aspirant Rishabh Duggal and others challenging the BCI notification which fixed upper age limit for students in LLB entrance exams.

The BCI notification had fixed 22 years of age for admission in five year BA (LLB) course and 45 years of age for admission in LLB course.

—India Legal Bureau

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