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SIYARAM v JAGADGURU RAMANANDACHARYA, RAJ - CW Case No. 8740 of 2006 [2007] RD-RJ 3088 (1 June 2007)


Siya Ram


Jagadguru Ramanandacharya Raj.Sanskrit University and anr.

Date of order : 1/6/2007.


Dr. Swati Bhati for the petitioner.

Shri R.A. Katta for the Rajasthan Sanskrit

University, respondent No.1.


The dispute between the parties is whether the petitioner should be treated a candidate from the stream of Shashtri/Acharya University for which 70% quota to admission in Shiksha Shashtri degree is ear-marked or he should be treated in the category of B.A. Sanskrit for whom only 35% of those seats are reserved. The petitioner asserts that he has passed Acharya Examination. In support of his claim, he has produced mark-sheets dated 10/6/2003 and 15/10/2003 respectively of Acharya Part-I and Part-

II Examinations, which were conducted by the

Rajasthan Sanskrit University in which petitioner has been shown to have passed.

Prima-facie, there is no reason not to believe the mark-sheets indicating the petitioner to have passed the Acharya Examination. But in the facts of the case, it is found that process of admission to Shiksha Shatri of the year 2006 was completed on 28/9/2006 and subsequent counselling thereto were also over. The requisite number of attendance treated in a year is 200, duration being only one year, it will not be possible to now directly consider the case of the petitioner.

But the fact remains, that the petition is pending for last six months and at this stage no direction possibly for the academic year can be given. It is therefore directed that the petitioner shall make a representation to the Vice Chancellor of the Rajasthan Sanskrit University alongwith the aforesaid marks-sheets who shall examine the correctness thereof and if it is found that petitioner on the strength of mark-sheets of Acharya

Examination of Part-I & Part-II is liable to be included in first stream as indicated above for which 70% seats are reserved and further if any candidate lower in merit than the petitioner is found to have been admitted, on the basis of the entrance examination of that year, the case of the petitioner shall be considered for admission to

Shiksha Shashtri Course of the year 2007 within two weeks from the date such representation is submitted.

With these observations, the writ petition is disposed of.



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