Indore High Court News: There was a difference in the spelling of name in Aadhar card and Admit card, the student could not take the exam


Indore High Court News, Indore (NewDuniya Representative). Due to the difference in spelling written in the Aadhaar card and the admit card, a student could not take admission in the animal husbandry and dairy diploma course. The Board of Professional Examinations stopped the student from taking the exam.

The student approached the High Court about this. The court, after hearing the initial arguments, issued a notice to the Board of Governance and Professional Examinations seeking answers. The court has said that the result of the examination will be subject to final disposal of this petition.

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The Board of Professional Examinations conducted an entrance examination on November 7 this year for admission in diploma course in animal husbandry and dairy. Afreen Shah of Ratlam also filled the form of this examination. She went to take the exam but there was a difference in the spelling of the name written in her Aadhar card and admit card. The student was stopped from taking the exam on this. The student filed a petition in the High Court through Advocate Megha Jain. The petition was heard before Justice Rohit Arya.

The court was told on behalf of the petitioner that the difference in name spelling is the fault of the Board of Professional Examinations. The student cannot be blamed for this. The court has issued notice to the Board of Professional Examinations and the Government seeking a reply. The court has also made it clear in the order that the final result of the entrance examination will be subject to the final result of this petition. The case will now be heard after two weeks.


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