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Km. Deepika v. Pracharya, Nas (P.G.) College, Meerut And Another - WRIT - C No. 18708 of 2006 [2006] RD-AH 7212 (4 April 2006)

 

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HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE OF ALLAHABAD

                                                                                                                          Court No. 7

                  Civil Misc. Writ Petition No. 18708 Of 2006

                       Km. Deepika

                       Versus

                       Pracharya NAS (P.G.) College, Meerut & another

                      ~~~~

Hon'ble Rakesh Tiwari, J.

Sri Anurag Khanna accepts notice on behalf of respondent no. 2. He prays for and is granted a month's time to file counter affidavit. The petitioner may file rejoinder affidavit within three weeks thereafter.

List this case after expiry of the aforesaid period.

Issue notice to respondent no. 1. Apart from normal mode of service the petitioner shall also take steps to serve respondent no. 1 personally within 2 days. The personal service shall be affected within 10 days and affidavit of personal service shall be filed within one week thereafter.

It appears from the record that the petitioner was given admission to M.Sc. Maths (Previous) on 16.8.2005 for the academic session 2005-06 which was wrongly cancelled by respondent no. 1 vide order dated 29.8.2005 without any notice or opportunity of hearing. She made a representation to respondent no. 1 in this regard besides the Vice Chancellor Ch. Charan Singh University, Meerut who directed respondent no. 1 to take appropriate action. Having not taken any action in the matter, the petitioner filed Writ Petition No. 2196 of 2006 which was finally disposed of vide order dated 13.1.2006 directing respondent no. 1 to take appropriate decision within six weeks. The petitioner served a copy of the order along with his representation dated 25.1.20096 and copy of the writ petition upon respondent no. 1 who rejected the representation of the petitioner vide order dated 2.3.2006 on the ground that the petitioner did not contact the Chief Admission Officer for admission within the prescribed period though her name was in the merit list of 30.8.2005.

Once the petitioner was given admission the same cannot be cancelled without any notice or show cause.

The respondents shall give admission to the petitioner and also permit her to appear in the examination. She has already approached this Court twice in regard to the illegality committed by the respondents and the career of the petitioner cannot be allowed to be spoiled at the whims of the respondents.  

Dated: 4.4.2006

Rpk/


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