Delhi High Court dismisses fanciful 35 crore compensation claim by Jamia student


The Delhi High Court recently dismissed an appeal by a student of Jamia Millia Islamiya University, in which he had claimed a compensation of Rs. 35 crore, on various grounds including the fact that the re-evaluation result for an exam, in which he had failed, was not declared on time.

Mohammad Usman, who had taken admission in the Bachelor of Engineering course, could not pass the re-examination as well. He contended that he was unable to pass the re-examination due to lack of preparation . . .

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