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HC quashes TN order on CET ban

June 27, 2005 11:57 IST

The Madras high court on Monday quashed Tamil Nadu government's recent order abolishing Common Entrance Test for admissions to professional courses in the state.

A division bench comprising Chief Justice Markandeya Khatju and Justice S M Ibrahimkalifullah, however, said that regarding the improvement examination, the matter is a policy decision of the government and the court would not interfere as it was a benefit given to the students.

The court said the improvement examinations would be valid for this year.

On June 9, a state government notification had abolished Common Entrance Test and improvement examination with immediate effect.


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Sub: that s a great news for all the students

the sudden decision to do away with the entrance exam after the conducting of the entrance test is undoubtedly spilling water on all the students ...


Posted by syed ahamed saqi





Sub: unclear for common people

When the improvemet exams are left as policy decision, what is the logic of considering the abolishing the entrance exam not so. Can any judicial ...


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Sub: CET ban

This is regarding the news of the court quashes the tn govt order on the CET ban. CET is banned by govt and further course ...


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