"A bench of Delhi High Court told the petitioner's advocate R.K. Kapoor that the matter needs an effective hearing and it can only be done before a regular bench."
New Delhi, June 25 - A vacation bench of the the Delhi High Court Wednesday refused to hear a PIL seeking restoration of the three-year under-graduate programme in Delhi University and scrapping the four-year programme.

A bench of Delhi High Court told the petitioner's advocate R.K. Kapoor that the matter needs an effective hearing and it can only be done before a regular bench.

The PIL sought restoration of the earlier three-year under-graduate programme as directed by the University Grants Commission (UGC), scrapping the controversial four-year under-graduate programme the university introduced last year.


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