DAVV CET 2020 Exam Cancelled. MP HC allows Varsity to admit students without Entrance Exam the exam cancelled. The Indore Bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court has granted the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) the permission to begin the admissions to its programmes based on merit without conducting the Common Entrance Test for the 2020-21 academic sessions.
The state government had earlier stated:
The admissions of the students must be under the university and it is free to take up any admission method which is suitable for keeping in mind the ongoing situation.
The court Decision:
The decision of the committee shall be final in the matter for the admissions and also stated that the modification is applicable only for the present academic year.
Five Member Committee:
The five-member committee has been formed consisting of DAVV Vice-Chancellor, a professor from Holkar Science College, and MGM Medical College along with two senior-most professors of the university to supervise the admission process.
Admission based on Merit:
The directives were issued by the High Court based on the petition filed by DAVV seeking the revision of a previous court order making CET mandatory for the admission process. The review was filed by the university stating that keeping the COVID-19 situation in mind it is not possible for the university to conduct the entrance examinations and so should be granted permission to admit students based on the marks secured by them in the qualifying examination.