About: 'Bombay High Court'

AICTE Superannuation Rules to Prevail Over State Condition of Services: Bombay HC

The High Court of Bombay in The Principal, Bhausaheb Vartak … vs Mukesh Narendra Gangrade And Ors held the superannuation period shall be the age of 60 as per the regulations provided under the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) regulations and not under Maharashtra Employees of Private Schools (Conditions of Service) Rules (MEPS Rules). 

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Bombay HC: Create Additional Seat for Meritorious MBBS Applicant

Bombay High Court in Annu Pyarelal Sinsinwar v. Union Territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu and Ors., issuing a judgment in favour of the meritorious petitioner-student, directed the respondents to create an additional seat in the medical college and admit the student to the MBBS Course.

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Despite Government Resolution, Bombay HC Allows Secondary School Compassionate Appointment of A Peon

Bombay High Court in Sunil Gundu Desai vs The State of Maharashtra & Ors. (WP no. 4673 of 2019) held that Government Resolution dated 12th February 2015 imposing ban on fresh recruitment does not apply to compassionate appointments and directed the Education Officer (Secondary), respondent no.2 to grant approval for the appointment of the petitioner on a compassionate basis to the post of a peon at Sahyadri Vidyalaya School, respondent no.4 w.e.f. 1st October 2014, with all consequential benefits.

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Issue Pending Degree Certificates to 1,763 Mithibai College Students: Bombay HC to Mumbai University

Bombay High Court in SVKM’s Mithibai College of Arts and Anr. vs University of Mumbai and 2 Ors. directed Mumbai University to release withheld degree certificates of 128 students of ATKT Batch of 2018-19, 1380 students of Regular Batch of 2019-20 and 255 students of Postgraduate Regular Batch on the ground that the petitioner College, on being granted autonomy applied its new grading system with respect to courses which had already commenced before the grant of autonomy.

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Refusal to Refund Fees for Late Cancellation of Admission Discretion of the Institute: Bombay HC

The  Bombay High Court in Akash Munjaji Kandhare vs The Deogiri Institute of Engineering and Management Studies allowed the respondent institute the discretion to impose fees upon student cancelling admission beyond the stipulated deadline. However, the court directed the respondent to return the original documents of the petitioner submitted during the process of admission.

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SSC and HSC Examinations Cancelled, Consider Plea for Fee Refund: Bombay HC

Bombay High Court in Shri Pratapsing Ganpatsing Chopadar vs The Chairman, Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education & Anr. (PIL no. 39 of 2021) directed respondent no. 1, Chairman of the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education, to consider the refund of cancelled SSC and HSC examinations owing to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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