Kerala court stay news about UGC NET :
A dissection Bench of the Kerala High Court on Tuesday refused to stay the order of a single judge of cancellation criteria (UGC) ‘s latest eligibility criterion for the NET (National Eligibility Test).The bench comprising Justice Vinod Chandran.k & Manjula Chellur Chief Justice published an appeal by the University Grants Commission (UGC) to 5th/February/2013 for the last hearing. The single judge had also directed the UGC to contribution certificates to the candidates who obtain the minimum score required before.
The UGC said the court had no right to make a statement on the outcome of a test. The initial notification had obviously confirmed that candidates must obtain minimum marks required for each paper separately. It is also said that the eligible criteria for Junior Research Fellowship & lectureship eligibility would be decided by the UGC earlier than announcement of results. It was a committee chosen by the UGC moderation and consisting of senior academics who had suggested that the General, OBC (non-creamy layer) persons & ST / SC would be required to obtain an overall percentage of 65, 60 and 55, respectively , in addition to the minimum percentage wise as paper eligible criteria, the UGC said.
The appeal said that in order to continue high principles in education, prescribing a percentage of total tests was within the powers of the UGC. Prescribe the qualification process by setting an overall percentage could not be called rules change halfway through the test. No new criteria introduced by the UGC.