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University can’t relax attendance rule for exams, says high court

PUBLISH DATE 11th February 2018

The Bombay high court has said the Mumbai University’s ordinance that mandates minimum 50% average attendance is in the interest of students and even the highest university authority cannot allow undue relaxation of it.

A bench headed by Justice Bhushan Gavai on Thursday heard a petition by B K Shroff College in Kandivli against MU’s grievance cell that allegedly allows students without minimum required attendance to appear for exams.

In March 2017, the college had barred 100 commerce students, with less than 50 per cent attendance, from appearing for second semester exams. The cell was approached by 38 students and it directed the college to let them take the exams.

The ordinance states that a student must have 75% attendance. But college principals can condone up to 25% deficiency if it’s due to bona fide exigencies and approved by the college’s attendance committee.


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