Thursday, June 11, 2009

HC stays amended RGUHS norms on revaluation

The high court has stayed amended norms brought out by RGUHS for computing marks in challenge valuation cases.

Justice Mohanashantana Gouar stayed the September 10, 2008, norms on petition filed Sumit Kumar, a first-year student of Dr Ambedkar Medical College.

The petitioner, who failed in anatomy and other subjects, had sought for revaluation.

He challenged the amended norms of taking the average of median of both general and challenge valuation marks, instead of average highest and lowest of general and challenge valuation marks, which was the practice earlier. He said he would have got passing marks had the earlier norms were applied.

In the old method, general valuation was done by four valuators. The highest and lowest marks in both general and challenged valuations were taken together and average marks were awarded.

But as per the amendment, instead of taking highest and lowest marks, median marks were taken into consideration.

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