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v4vhse » Career Corner » Open Stage » virdict reseved by kerala high court

virdict reseved by kerala high court

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1default virdict reseved by kerala high court on Tue May 28, 2013 1:37 pm

gandaswa


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kerala high court defending ugc by reserving verdict for such a long time what your opinion

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I don't heard such a news that Kerala HC order is reserved for favouring UGC. If it was a favourable UGC will try to declare it at the earliest. The KHC DB had refused to stay the order of Honourable Justice Ramachandran Nair, heared for petitioners around 3000. The refusal was on 21 January and the ground was delay of UGC to submit application. The Single bench order had came on third week of December 2012 and UGC applied for "emergency" stay on 14 January 2013. The court whether it was very urgent, then why don't appeal some more early. Malayala Manorama, a leading newspaper reported it very next day and explained the court rejected stay on account of to be beneficial to students who had applied for PSC with the court order but if the SB order stayed, the position of students will become disqualified.

From this, I think, the court is more concerned with future of students. I don't know the whether the mood of court(judges) had changed from that position or not. According to a user (I am not much rely upon him because of his habit of scolding UGC officials for getting more and more "likes" in facebook, yet he claims he is a petitioner and gets information from advocates) in facebook, in the last hearing in which Mr. Parasenan was present for UGC on 5 March and when the court decided to reserve it on 25 March, both time UGC again tried for a stay of SB order, but rejected.

The advocates of petitioners expect a favourable verdict for students. The only limitation is that for every case the concerned advocate's expectation will not be a different one. Even the advocate of Afsal Guru may have said 'there is no problem, we can win'. At the same time many of other advocates expect a favourable order to student
Expect anything. If tried and prepared well to meet any situation and plan activities for future in an organised manner, it will produce victory. When the matter is reached in SC, the activities of single person, or finance provided by even 1000 will not be sufficient and so connect with the fellows for making your e certificate a reality


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3default Forget it on Wed May 29, 2013 6:27 pm

Suresht


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Sir
I humbly request you to forget June 2012 NET exam, if you are enough brilliant, you would have passed in December 2012 or a chance is awaiting in June. Opportunities once lost is lost and never can be retreived.

4default Re: virdict reseved by kerala high court on Sat Jun 01, 2013 2:02 am

Sumitjain


Suresh sir,
You are saying that our freedom fighters should have left there freedom struggle in 1857 when there ist revolution was not succcessful.. They should have said that oppurtunity once gone never be retrieved. I dont think so!!

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