The National Medical Commission has informed the Delhi High Court that Delhi University (DU) is the implementing authority for the regulations issued by the National Medical Commission, in response to plea filed by a medical aspirant, challenging a certificate
Law graduate from Delhi University, Justice P.V. Sanjay Kumar was enrolled as a member of Bar Council of Andhra Pradesh in August 1988, and he also served as Government pleader in the High Court of Andhra Pradesh from 2000-2003.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday observed that it's for Delhi University and the administration of the Daulat Ram College to take a call regarding the opening of the hostels while directing initiation of the process for fresh appointment of the hostel’s warden.
The petitioner has alleged that the college had called students for the written test and interview in far less numbers than required against the quota reserved for various categories of applicant-students.
The Court was informed by the Delhi University that it had constituted the committee for issuance of the digital degree certificate. It is charging Rs 750 from the students for whom the printed degree has not been issued and Rs 1000 from the students for whom the printed degree has been issued.
Delhi HC said “to have a name and to express the same in the manner he wishes, is a part of the right to freedom of speech and expression under Article 19 (1) (a) as well as right to liberty under Article 21 of the Constitution of India.
The Delhi High Court has directed Delhi University to file a fresh affidavit giving the updated status of the evaluation of answer sheets of the final year undergraduate students. The court also wants to know the status of integration of emails, as well as on the proposed date for declaration of results.
Justice Prathiba M. Singh of the Delhi High Court has directed Delhi University to take a relook at its course structures and the eligibility criteria and modify the same, well within time for the forthcoming academic year.