University – While there can be no doubt that the conditions in the admission brochure are binding on both the students and the Respondent No.1/University, the Respondent No.1/University cannot introduce such criteria in the admission brochure that are contrary to or inconsistent with the directions/rules/regulations of the various statutory/government bodies, including CBSE - The effect of Instruction 17 is that it virtually challenges the result declared by the CBSE, which alone is competent to decide – In the case of an improvement examination the aforesaid instruction seeks to invalidate the first result, which result the CBSE has unequivocally declared to be valid in its bye-laws - Therefore, such an instruction in the admission brochure is wholly arbitrary, illegal and cannot be sustained.    (2018-2) PUNJAB LAW REPORTER (DELHI)

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