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Ramesh Chandra Yadav v. Director Rajya Shaikshik Anusandhan Aur Prashikshan & Others - WRIT - C No. 8268 of 2001  RD-AH 469 (21 February 2005)
Civil Misc Writ Petition no. 8268 of 2001
Ramesh Chandra Yadav Versus Director Rajya Shaikshik Anusandhan Aur
Prashikshan U.P. Lucknow and others.
Hon'ble Rakesh Tiwari, J.
This writ petition has been filed for issuance of a writ, order or direction in the nature of mandamus directing the respondents for giving admission to the petitioner in B.T.C. training course 2001-2002.
In this case an illness slip of Sri R.B. Yadav has wrongly been sent. In fact Sri B.R. Yadav is the counsel for the petitioner who is present. The case is taken up in the revised list. Sri N.D. Rai states that he is not appearing on behalf of the respondents in this case. His statement has been recorded in open Court.
Heard counsel for the petitioner and the standing counsel appearing for the respondents.
The standing counsel has produced the original records relating to the B.T.C. Entrance Examination, 2000. The petitioner claims that he had appeared in B.T.C. Entrance Examination 2000 with Roll No. 315138. From the record it appears that one Anant Prasad having roll no. 315137 had secured 174.00 marks whereas the petitioner had obtained 098.25 marks. The petitioner is a OBC candidate. It further appears from the record that the last candidate of OBC had obtained 184.92 marks who had passed the Entrance Examination of BTC course, 2000. Hence, the petitioner could not have been given admission in BTC course even if he is given 174.00 marks with roll no. 315138. Sri Anant Prasad was a physically handicapped person.The petitioner does not belong to this category. The petitioner has failed to obtain minimum qualifying marks i.e. 184.92 marks for admission in BTC examination 2000 as an OBC candidate.
The standing counsel has produced the records pertaining to the result of the BTC Entrance Examination 2000 with the roll numbers of the candidates selected provisionally.
The selected candidates have passed out the BTC course examination 2000 and the petitioner could not have been given admission in the said course and the subsequent examinations of the batch of candidates who have qualified in the examination are undegoing course. For this reason also, no relief can be granted to the petitioner. The writ petition is accordingly, dimissed. No order as to costs.
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