SC asks law students to move HC to facilitate the payment of university fees
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Thursday allowed a petitioner to seek instructions from the High Court to the Bar Council of India (BCI) and University Grants Commission (UGC) to instruct universities and institutions across India to to give the student adequate time to deposit deposit.

A bank of Judges Ashok Bhushan, R. Subhash Reddy and M. R. Shah informed the law student who filed the motion that the UGC-related matter had already been resolved.

Ramey Krishna Rana, a fourth-year law student, asked the bank to treat the plea as representation. The bank declined to comply with the Article 32 plea and ordered the petitioner to relocate the relevant High Court and allowed the petitioner to withdraw it.

The law student claimed the institutions were demanding payment of the full fee all at once and were unwilling to offer a reasonable alternative. The petitioner alleged that several communications had also been sent to BCI.

In another plea, the attorney alleged that the parents were facing financial problems and asked the court to provide similar instructions to the BCI to provide relaxation institutions that provide legal training.

The bank asked the attorney to move the relevant High Court.


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