Attitude of JNU woefully anachronistic: Delhi HC restores grades, credits obtained by visually impaired studentAugust 7 2019
Calling the attitude of the Jawaharlal University (JNU) administration “woefully anachronistic”, the Delhi High Court has set aside the University’s decision refusing to restore the original grades and the credits obtained by an "academically gifted" visually impaired student.
The University had replaced the student's original grades and credits in four courses with an "F" as he decided to not appear in the repeat examination for the courses after being informed that his registration for the same would not be accepted.
While . . .
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