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Dignivjai Singh v. State Of U.P. And Others - WRIT - C No. 58535 of 2006  RD-AH 19101 (13 November 2006)
Hon'ble Vineet Saran, J
An affidavit on behalf of the respondent-University has been filed today which may be placed on record.
In the said affidavit it has been stated that because of computer snag instead of 40 marks which the petitioner had obtained in Education Paper I, he was shown as having been awarded only 04 marks. It has been stated that after the fault was detected, the mark sheet of the petitioner has been corrected as a consequence of which the petitioner has now obtained 40 marks in Education Paper I and 35 marks in Education Paper II and after adding the marks awarded in the practical/viva the petitioner has now obtained in all 123 marks in Education Papers, instead of 87 marks as had been shown earlier. The total marks obtained by the petitioner in the B.A.Part II Examination, 2006 would now be 297, instead of 261, as shown in the mark-sheet.
Learned counsel for the respondent-University states that the computerized mark-sheet would be handed over to the petitioner within 10 days from today.
In view of the fact that the short-coming in the marks awarded to the petitioner was because of the fault of the University and not of the petitioner, it is directed that the petitioner would be granted admission in B.A.Part III Course immediately without the petitioner being required to pay any late fee or any other additional charges.
This writ petition stands allowed to the extent indicated above. No order as to cost.
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