Why the Bombay High Court did not strike down the Maharashtra Law CET [Read judgment]August 2 2016
On July 5 this year, the Bombay High Court dismissed a petition challenging the Common Entrance Test held for law courses in Maharashtra. A division bench of SC Dharmadhikari and Dr. Shalani Phansalkar-Joshi JJ had held that there were no grounds for interfering in the CET admission process.
And now the judgement, dictated in open court, has been uploaded on the High Court . . .
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