Adarsh Raj Singh vs Bar Council Of India & Ors. on 6 July, 2018

2. The Petitioner, a sixth-semester student of the three-year LL.B.
course of Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, has preferred the present
petition under Article 226 of the Constitution of India inter alia seeking
quashing of the Faculty of Law’s notification dated 07.05.2018, whereby
he has been detained from appearing in his end-semester examinations
for the semester conducted from 10.01.2018 to 03.05.2018 (hereinafter
referred to as the “Concerned Semester”) on the ground of shortage of
attendance.
3. The facts as emerge from the record that are necessary for deciding
the present petition are that the Petitioner took admission in the LL.B.
course of Faculty of Law, University of Delhi in June 2015 for the
academic session 2015-2018. After completing his 5th semester
(penultimate semester), the Petitioner entered into the 6th semester (final
semester) of his course, classes for which semester commenced on
10.01.2018 and concluded on 03.05.2018.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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