KHUSHI JITENDRA TEMBHURNE Vs. UNION OF INDIA
HIGH COURT OF BOMBAY
Khushi Jitendra Tembhurne
UNION OF INDIA
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(1.) Rule. Rule made returnable forthwith.
(2.) Heard finally by consent of the learned counsels appearing for the parties.
(3.) The petitioner is a young and bright student aspiring to become a technocrat. She had taken part in the joint process for
admission to academic programmes offered by 23 IITs, 31 NITs, IIESt,
Shibpur, 26 IIITs and 29 other-Government Funded Technical Institutes
(other GFTIs) and (GFTIs) conducted by respondent no.2. The petitioner
laid her claim on the foundation of her being a backward class student.
Naturally, the petitioner was expected to upload the caste validity
certificate at the time of online submission of her application form. The
petitioner tendered online her application form but, she failed to upload
her caste validity certificate issued by the Social Welfare Department of
State of Maharashtra. Of course petitioner did upload caste certificate
issued by a Revenue Officer but, as per the instructions and Business
Rules for joint seat allocation for the academic programmes offered by
the said institutes dated 05.10.2020, but she did not upload the validity
certificate though it mandatory for the petitioner or for that matter any
candidate, similarly claiming admission.;
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