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Kerala HC Terms UGC’s NET Criteria ‘Unconstitutional’ - (06 Jan 2017)

Kerala High Court has declared unconstitutional the University Grants Commissions‘s (UGC) National Eligibility Test criterion that top 15 per cent of candidates from each four reserved categories on merit list will be declared qualified for eligibility for post of assistant professors.

Tags : KERALA HIGH COURT   UNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSIONS   NATIONAL ELIGIBILITY TEST  

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