HC Refuses To Entertain Petition On DU Hostels For Every Student,Rejects Plea Seeking 10,000 Monthly Stipend For Students Who Don’t Get Hostel

- Advertisement -

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday declined to entertain a petition seeking direction to Delhi University (DU) to ensure all regular students studying in the University gets a hostel accommodation.

A Bench of Chief Justice D.N. Patel and Justice C. Hari Shankar was of the view that there was no statutory obligation for University of Delhi to provide hostel accommodation to every student.

- Advertisement -

The Bench has also rejected an additional plea to pay a monthly stipend of ₹10,000 to each regular student who is not able to secure a hostel seat.

- Advertisement -

The plea asked to declare the area in and around the 5 KM radius of the Delhi University’s “South Campus and North Campus” as a special students zone where a minimum rent is fixed for student accommodation.

- Advertisement -

Download the DU Express app on Play Store to stay connected with all the latest admission news and campus news 24×7.Click here to download the app.

Join our Telegram channel today free of cost to get all the latest updates delivered directly on your smartphone.Click here to subscribe to our Telegram channel or search for – @DUExpressIndia on Telegram to join.

- Advertisement -
Ruwaidah Suhail
Ruwaidah Suhail a student at Daulat Ram College, University of Delhi. Known for following her ambitions. Giving words to her thoughts, she is a Writer at DU Express but, thats not giving you a lot of detail! So read her articles here.

Similar Articles

Advertisment

Most Popular

WHAT TO EXPECT FROM MIRANDA HOUSE: A FRESHER’S GUIDE

Miranda House, the University of Delhi is one of DU’s women’s only colleges. Established in 1948, Miranda House prides itself in gaining the number...

Colleges Reopen in Karntaka

Amidst the ongoing pandemic, academic institutions across the globe went online. However, with improving situations, schools and colleges are reconsidering their stand. Schools and...

Online Petition For Transgender Quota In Parliament — An initiative by Telangana’s MP

Congress Member of Parliament, Revanth Reddy started an online petition on September 22 for the transgender community where he sought for their adequate political...