Managements Of Colleges Acting And Later Projecting Students To Claim Equities Is Deplorable: Supreme Court

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Case: Anakha K. Vs. The Admission And Fee Regulatory Committee For Medical Education In Kerala

Coram: Justice L. Nageswara Rao and S. Ravindra Bhat

Case No: [CA 2309 /2021]

Court Observation: “The decision to permit the students to continue their course does not absolve the Management of their wilful misconduct in permitting the appellants to attend classes even after the judgment of the High Court dismissing the writ petition filed by the Principal of the College. The Management of the College is responsible for permitting the Appellants to attend classes even after the dismissal of the Writ Petition and it is liable to be penalized. The Management of the College is directed to pay costs of Rs. 10 Lakhs for its wilful act in disobedience of the judgment of the High Court. Managements of Colleges acting contrary to law and later projecting students to claim equities is deplorable. The Management is warned to be careful in the future.”


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