Naman Sharma | Oct 20, 2022 | Views 106639
St Stephens Admission 2022: The Supreme Court orders the institution to give CUET results 100% of the weight.
Today’s St. Stephens hearing was heard by the Supreme Court. The Delhi High Court’s ruling ordering St. Stephens College to process admissions in the open category based on CUET scores was not overturned by the Supreme Court. Get information here.
According to recent developments and media sources, St Stephens Admission 2022 will not be affected by the Delhi High Court’s decision that 100% of admissions will be based on CUET scores. The Delhi High Court’s decision has not been overturned by the SC. According to the report, the SC said during the hearing that they did not see a necessity to postpone the Delhi High Court’s decision and that CUET would have to receive 100% of the weight this academic year.
No 15% weighting will be given to non-minority applicants, but the Supreme Court has made it clear that the final admission’s legitimacy will depend on how the St. Stephens students’ petition turns out in the end. After St. Stephens College submitted a request seeking 85% admissions and 15% for minority students, the hearing was held today.
A bench made up of Justices Ajay Rastogi and C T Ravikumar reportedly stated, “We find no reason to postpone the verdict.” However, it stated that any subsequent admission-related actions “will be subject to the eventual conclusion of the petition” and set the hearing for the middle of March.
The SC stated during the hearing that if there is uniformity, the interview is of no use and that 90% or higher results in lower marks. However, the SC has now stated that the legitimacy of the admission procedure would depend on how the petition is resolved in the end.
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