nri: the court allows a student in a seat allocated under the Nri quota to attend classes | Bangalore News

Bengaluru: In relief for a postgraduate medical student, who was given a seat under the NRI quota, the high court of Karnataka allowed him to attend courses at MR Medical College, Kalaburagi.
A Vacation Division Bench headed by Judge R Devdas said permission granted to petitioner Arnav Prashanth Urs to take the MS (Orthopaedics) course will be subject to final orders in his motion, and that he cannot claim no fairness if the verdict is against him.
Arnav claimed the circulars issued by the Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) on March 31 (ordering him not to appear at the institution) and April 1 (notifying that the allocation of seats in the NRI category has been withheld until ‘on completion of the pan-Indian cleanse). up round) had seriously affected his prospects as his admission was likely to be disrupted. KEA has issued a notice for a new round of cleaning tips to be held on April 27-28.
According to the petitioner, the March 31st order passed by the Supreme Court to organize a new round of clean-up councils for the quota seats for all India does not refer to the NRI quota seats and the authorities including KEA, were not justified in withholding his admission.
Arnav further claimed that he paid a total of Rs 60,15,500 (fees) to KEA on March 31, following the issuance of an admission order allocating him an MS (orthopedics) seat at MR Medical College.