Thursday, December 28, 2006

Court order on LLM level admissions

The Supreme Court has issued interim order in the name of the defendant to keep the works related to admissions in the status-quo-ante.

The Supreme Court's order has come in response to a writ petition filed against the decision of the Nepal Law Campus requiring approval of leave from those wishing to study in the LLM level.

The order issued by a single bench of justice Min Bahadur Rayamajhi states that the defendant should be notified for being present in the discussion to be held in that connection on December 29.

Ten people, including employees of the Supreme Court have stated in the writ petition that Nepal Law Campus refused to enroll them in the LLM programme despite they having passed the entrance test.

The petitioners have demanded that the Campus' decision to that connection is rescinded and a mandamus issued for their admission to the LLM programme.


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