Despite rules, higher standards can be set for passing exam: HC
By stipulating these rules, MUHS has acted contrary to the norms stipulated by Dental Council of India, the petitioner argued.
The High Court, however, opined that prescription of a higher norm does not adversely affect the standards prescribed by a central body acting under Central legislation.
What is impermissible for the State is to lower the standards of education prescribed under Central legislation, the Judge said while dismissing the petition.
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