Karnataka High Court refuses to entertain PIL to revamp university exam revaluation system, relax attendance rules

The Court wondered how it could have any say on such matters and allowed the petitioner to withdraw its plea and file a fresh petition after conducting more research.
Karnataka High Court
Karnataka High Court

The Karnataka High Court on Thursday declined to entertain a public interest litigation (PIL) seeking various prayers in the interest of college-going students, including the reimbursement of exam revaluation fees in certain cases and relaxation in attendance requirements. [National Human Rights and Social Justice Forum v. Visvesaraya Technological University and ors]

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