Plea in Delhi HC against domicile reservation in NLSIU

Plea in Delhi HC against domicile reservation in NLSIU

By: REDHEART | New Delhi |

Up to date: July 2, 2020 4:23:23 pm


Karnataka authorities has determined to impose 25 per cent domicile reservation within the Nationwide Regulation College of India College, Bengaluru.

A plea has been moved within the Delhi Excessive Courtroom difficult the constitutional validity of the Karnataka authorities’s determination to impose 25 per cent domicile reservation within the Nationwide Regulation College of India College in Bengaluru.
The matter got here up for listening to on Thursday earlier than a bench of Chief Justice D N Patel and Justice Prateek Jalan which recused from listening to it and directed that it’s listed earlier than one other bench.

When the matter got here up for listening to, petitioner’s lawyer mentioned that one other bench had just lately stayed operation of such a reservation within the Nationwide Regulation College, Delhi (NLUD).

The excessive court docket on June 29 had stayed the NLUD’s determination to order 50 per cent seats for college students who’ve handed the qualifying examination from a recognised faculty, faculty or institute positioned throughout the Nationwide Capital Territory of Delhi (NCTD).

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The Karnataka state meeting handed the Nationwide Regulation College of India (modification) Act of 2020 in March this yr and it obtained the assent of the Governor in Might.

The modification within the Act gives for a 25 per cent horizontal reservation for college students of Karnataka in NLSIU.

A pupil of Karnataka, as per the modification, could be one who has studied in a recognised academic establishment of the state for not lower than 10 years earlier than the qualifying examination.

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