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Delhi L-G nod to law course admissions at IP university

Lieutenant Governor Vinai Kumar Saxena has approved admission of students to BA.LLB/BBA.LLB programmes at Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU), pointing that the Delhi government had kept seats in these courses vacant for five years, said officials.

Officials said he approved the admissions Monday and noted in the file marked to the CM that approval from him “has been sought much after the commencement of the current academic session, thereby causing unnecessary harassment to aspiring students”.

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The Delhi government, meanwhile, said, “It is quite unfortunate what the L-G has stated given the fact that it is the Delhi government’s initiative that has prevented any vacancy in private colleges of GGSIPU. Many seats were left vacant as only CLAT scores were considered; and this is why it was decided that any remaining vacancies would be filled via CUET scores. This is being done for the first time by any university.”

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