A plea searching for an additional alternative for candidates who had exhausted their final try in JEE Superior 2020 was adjourned by the Supreme Court docket on Monday. The plea was filed for the scholars who had confronted hardships as a result of coronavirus pandemic. Advocate Mathews J. Nedumpara within the courtroom immediately stated an additional alternative was required as solely two alternatives got for JEE and since the coronavirus pandemic had additionally affected the research of the candidates.
The matter was heard by a bench headed by Justice AM Khanwilkar, who proceeded to direct the Counsel for the Petitioner to attend for the reserved judgement within the matter.
The Court docket, nonetheless, was not inclined to listen to the matter and knowledgeable Nedumpara that the precept being utilized in the united states matter would even be utilized right here.
Accordingly, the Court docket directed Nedumpara to attend for the judgment in the united states matter.
Earlier on February 9, the courtroom had reserved the judgement on the petition searching for a further probability for these candidates who had exhausted their final try within the Civil Service Examination held in October 2020.
The courtroom had heard the submissions of Senior Advocates Shyam Divan, Pallav Shishodia, ASG SV Raju and others within the case.