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The Supreme Court on Thursday declined to petition the India Lawyers Council (BCI) and University Grant Commission (UGC) to instruct universities to relax for paying tuition fees.

A bench of three judges composed of Justice Ashok Bhushan, Justice R Subhash Reddy and Justice MR Shah gave the petitioner the freedom to go to the high courts concerned despite refusing to hear the matter.

Hearing a petition from a fourth year law student, Ramey Rana, the Apex Court stressed that the guidelines issued by UGC and BCI on May 27 and July 27 were not being followed by universities because they were using the Payment by students had been handled nicely.

During the hearing, the lawyer appearing for the petitioner argued that the plea was raised because the students were more interested and that the aim was not to lose fees, but to relax.

Judge Bhushan, one of the judges at the bank, noted that the court had previously dismissed similar matters and the bank had stated that petitioners can go to the appropriate high courts as all universities, states have different conditions and requirements.


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