News UpdatesDelhi HC Extends Deadline For Submitting Thesis For Students Of Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences (MAIDS) Till September 30 Karan Tripathi22 July 2020 7:34 AMShare This – xThe Delhi High Court has extended the deadline for the submission of thesis for students of Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences (MAIDS) till September 30, subject to payment of late fee in tune of ₹5,000. The Single Bench of Justice Prathiba M Singh has, however, clarified that those students who are capable of submitting their thesis by 31st July, 2020 would be permitted…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Delhi High Court has extended the deadline for the submission of thesis for students of Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences (MAIDS) till September 30, subject to payment of late fee in tune of ₹5,000. The Single Bench of Justice Prathiba M Singh has, however, clarified that those students who are capable of submitting their thesis by 31st July, 2020 would be permitted to do so without any late fee payment. The order has come in a writ petition moved by the students of MAIDS challenging the advancement of date for the submission of thesis to June 30 without any proper intimation to the students. The Petitioner has submitted that as per the amended Ordinance which was notified on October 18, 2019, the deadline for submission of thesis is 15th October, 2020, extendable up to two weeks. However, the Petitioners were recently informed by the University that the new date for the submission of thesis is June 30, 2020, extendable till July 31 with late fee. Therefore, the Petitioners submitted that this new date is completely arbitrary as students were not informed of the advancement of the date for submission in time. Further , it was argued that fixing such a deadline for submission of a thesis at such short notice especially during a pandemic has created panic amongst the students. Mr Mohinder Rupal, who appeared for the Delhi University, submitted that the extended deadline of 30th October, 2020 was never intimated to the students as the Board of Research Studies had not approved it. MAIDS, on the other hand, informed the court that there was a lot of confusion regarding the applicability of the amended Ordinance. It was only on 4th July, that MAIDS received an email from the Delhi University stating that the deadline for submission of thesis would not be October 30, but it would be June 30 extendable till July 31 with late fee. At this stage, Petitioners’ counsel Mr Sarthak Maggon submitted that the BRS has no power to amend the resolution of the Executive Council. At the outset, the court observed that there’s no document placed on record to show that DU had communicated the Minutes of Meeting of the BRS to MAIDS for onward communication to the students. The court also observed that MAIDS and MAMC are two separate institutions and MAIDS did not participate in the meeting of the BRS. The court noted that: ‘Neither DU nor MAIDS have been able to place on record proper documents to establish as to when the colleges and students were notified of the various changes in deadlines for submission of thesis. Thus, one thing is clear that the last date for submission of thesis has been muddled up and confusion has been created in the minds of students.’ Therefore, in light of the lockdown and the stress on all medical colleges and institutions and also considering that the original Executive Council’s amendment had extended the time till 15th October, 2020, the court decided to grant extension of time for submission of thesis till 30th September, 2020, subject to payment of late fees in tune of ₹5,000. The court further clarified that those Petitioners who are capable of submitting their thesis by 31st July, 2020 would be permitted to do so without any late fee payment. While passing this order, the court highlighted that: ‘Considering that there is enormous mis-communication between the authorities and the circulars were not adequately circulated amongst the students, this relief is being granted at the prima facie stage. The same shall not be considered as an opinion on merits either regarding the powers of the Executive Council and the BRS or as to the genuinity and validity of the BRS minutes, which issues shall be considered at the stage of final adjudication of the writ petition.’ The court will next take up this matter on September 09.Click Here To Download Order[Read Order] Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story
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Klungkung Police spokesman Comm. Adj. Putu Gede Ardana said the officers noticed yelping and whimpering coming from the motorbike. They forced open the seat and found two puppies.“The puppies were making noises for help, so we rescued them,” Ardana said on Wednesday as quoted by kompas.com.Read also: Pandemic leaves animals abandoned, starving in Bali, West Nusa TenggaraHe added that the motorcycle owner had not come to the Klungkung Police station to retrieve the bike and puppies. The police said they would give a warning to the motorcycle owner and would return the puppies if the motorcycle’s owner intended to keep them.The Klungkung police were tipped off to the street racing by locals. (dpk)Topics : The Klungkung Police rescued two puppies stuck inside the seat of a confiscated motorcycle at their station in Bali on Wednesday.The motorbike was confiscated after the police dispersed illegal street racers on the Ida Bagus Mantra bypass road early on Wednesday.
Alexandre Lacazette admits Arsenal are lacking confidence and need a break after poor results Unai Emery suffered another tough night out on Saturday (Picture: Getty Images)‘We have to work again and keep working everyday. But I think we didn’t play so bad, we just missed our chances in the first half.’Lacazette has not given up on making a return to the Champions League through their Premier League finishing position, but knows that they have already left themselves an awful lot of work to do.‘We want to be top four of course,’ he continued. ‘Now we are nine points behind Chelsea and Leicester and it is going to be hard but everything is possible in football.‘We still have time until the end of the season. We are going to work to come back.’Due to the international break, Arsenal are not back in action until 23 November at home to Southampton.Failure to get a result against the struggling Saints, who are 19th in the division after defeat to Everton on Saturday, could be one disaster too far for Emery in north London.MORE: Andrew Robertson sends brilliant messages to Mo Salah and Roberto Firmino after Liverpool win over Man CityMORE: Pep Guardiola lacked innovation and creativity in Man City loss to Liverpool, says Gary Neville Advertisement Advertisement Alexandre Lacazette admits that Arsenal are lacking confidence (Picture: Getty Images)Alexandre Lacazette admits that the Arsenal squad is lacking in confidence and that they are very glad for the international break after a poor run of results.The Gunners were beaten 2-0 by Leicester City on Saturday evening in the Premier League, making it five games without a win in all competitions.Pressure is mounting on manager Unai Emery after picking up just four wins from 12 league matches so far this campaign and already languishing eight points off the Champions League places.Arsenal’s last Premier League win came on 6 October and the shoddy string of scorelines has left the squad struggling for morale, despite a reasonable performance in defeat to the Foxes.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘We miss confidence and we need the international break,’ the French striker admitted. ‘I hope we are going to come back well. We need to work more than we do now to find confidence.‘We are very disappointed, we had chances in the first half. We couldn’t score and you need to take your chances in this type of game. Metro Sport ReporterMonday 11 Nov 2019 12:00 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link785Shares Comment