New Delhi: A major hearing was held in the Supreme Court regarding the admission and counseling to be held at IIT and NIT. The Court rejected all petitions filed for Grace Marks in the admission. The court has also removed the ban on the procedures related to admission. The Supreme Court said that no mistake of such a pre-printing from IIT should be in the future.
The Supreme Court said that no one will hear the High Court cases. The Supreme Court told the Center that such a mistake should not happen again. The court said that make the flower proof mechanism in the examination that there should be no wrong question and no bonus issue can be given. In this case, the court also asked to file an affidavit from the center. Now the case will be next hearing on October 10.
Earlier, the Supreme Court had stayed the hearing on the issue of issue of bonus issue on Friday and the next order on Counseling in IIT and NIT.
With this order of Supreme Court, the future of 23,000 students who had enrolled in these institutions had been hanging in the balance. The Court also banned all the High Courts on accepting any petition filed in connection with counseling and admission in IIT. The court had said that until the decision about the validity of the bonus issue, the future of the students admitted will remain in future.
The court had asked for all petitions pending before all the high courts and the list of all petitions challenging the rank list of IIT-JEE, 2017 and all the candidates attending the examination, to give additional marks to the candidates.
On the application for the cancellation of the rank list of IIT-JEE, 2017, the court had issued a notice to the Human Resource Development Ministry on June 30. Aishwarya Agarwal, desirous of admission in IIT, appealed to the court to direct the direction that the decision to award a bonus to students included in JEE (Advance) 2017 is a violation of the rights of her and other students.
In the previous hearing, for the admission in the JEE examination, the Supreme Court had issued a notice to the Central Government and IIT and asked for an answer. In fact, IIT has given 4 Grace marks for a wrong question of Chemistry for 3 Grace marks and one wrong question of math which has been given to all. A student of Tamil Nadu’s Vellore area has challenged the Grace issue in the Supreme Court and demanded that the merit list is prepared again.
It has been said in the petition that IIT has given Grace marks to those students who have not tried to solve those questions whereas Grace points should be met only those who try to solve these problems instead of leaving the students according to the student Merit list has been affected due to Grace marks and many students have made a difference. Therefore, the merit list should be prepared again.