Students getting debarred from writing the examinations isn't something new. But probably for the first time ever, the Madras High Court has intercepted the matter and asked the college to allow the student to take the exam. Madras High Court has guided the college to permit him to proceed with the course.
Permitting a request by Jeswin Samuel, student of Holycross Engineering College at Vagaikulam, Justice S Manikumar and Justice G Chockalingam of Madurai Bench held that the college administration couldn't keep him from showing up for college examination on grounds of absence of participation in the wake of banishing him from classes without suspending him or issuing charge reminder.
The candidate looked for a heading to permit him to compose the sixth semester examination as he had an attendance of only 65%.
The Judges said that it was the oversight of the college which kept the student from going to the classes without suspending him and issuing charge reminder. Thus, the student require not rehash his 6th semester and he ought to be permitted to compose the examination.
Truth be told the college should be forced a fine for keeping him from going to clases without taking after any customs and guidelines. Be that as it may, as the student needed to seek after his instruction, the court was ceasing from forcing any expense, the Judges said.
The Judges additionally brought up the college had concurred amid the Peace council meeting that no disciplinary move would be made against the students who took part in a meeting which was composed after a young lady student submitted suicide purportedly irritated with being pulled up out in the open by an instructor.
While encouraging the student to concentrate on studies, they said the college ought not irritate or block the student.