Delhi High Court issued notice in a petition filled against the replant irregularities in the LLB entrance exam conducted by the Faculty of Law,Delhi University (DU) this year.
The writ petition has been filed by a candidate who claims that “illegalities and irregularities” which marked the conduct of the exam this year violated 14,19 and 21 Articles of the Constitution.
Moreover,the applicant raised issue with the Computer Based Test (CBT) system used by DU to conduct the LL.B entrance examination.
It is the applicant’s case that the computer systems did not record the choices marked by the applicant which led to a much lower score in the entrance examination.He also states that the examination centres suffered from multiple power failures at the time of the examination.
The applicant is seeking for an additional 14 marks which he estimates to have lost in the entrance exam and permission to participate in the second round of counselling.
The petitioner also sought a direction to the Faculty of Law, DU to supply a copy of the answer sheet to the candidates on the date of the examination itself from 2019-2020 onwards.