NLSIU Amendment Act is contrary to parent Act, does not satisfy twin tests of Art 14: Karnataka HC quashes 25% domicile reservation
NLSIU 25% reservation

NLSIU Amendment Act is contrary to parent Act, does not satisfy twin tests of Art 14: Karnataka HC quashes 25% domicile reservation

The Court held that the state government does not have the power to enact the Amendment Act that brought in the 25% domicile reservation for admissions to NLSIU.

The Karnataka High Court today quashed the National Law School of India University (NLSIU) Amendment Act, 2020, by which 25% reservation was introduced at the University for students domiciled in the state.

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