Students move Punjab and Haryana High Court against Institute's decision to hold 2-week long offline exams in 35 test centers amid Covid-19

Citing the notification as arbitrary in view of the pandemic and the huge expenses that each student would have to incur in writing the examination, the students argue that the decision violates the right to health.
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Students of the Thapar Institute of Engineering & Technology, Patiala have moved the Punjab and Haryana High Court challenging the institute’s decision to conduct offline-end semester examinations for first year and second year undergraduate courses, final year students of the Mechanical, Mechatronics and Production Engineering and all students of PG First Year and PhD (Ranvir Singh Sindhu and Ors. v. State of Punjab and Ors.).

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