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High Court Helps Dalit Girl With IIT BHU Admission Fee

In the Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court, Justice Dinesh Kumar Singh gave a fee of Rs 15,000 from his pocket to a poor Dalit girl student to get admission in IIT-BHU. A Dalit student named Sanskriti Ranjan was unable to deposit the fees of Rs 15,000 to get admission in IIT BHU till the last date, due to which she could not get admission in IIT BHU. The student had filed a petition in the Lucknow Bench of the High Court demanding that she be given some more time to make arrangements for the fees.

Sanskriti Ranjan, who was a meritorious student from the beginning, had passed the JEE Advanced and Mains examination in the reserved category, after which a seat was allotted to that IIT BHU in a 5-year integrated course related to mathematics and computer, but for admission to Sanskriti. It is not necessary to arrange the fee of 15 thousand rupees in the stipulated time.

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After which she filed a petition seeking some more time for arranging fees. According to the petition, the girl father kidney is in bad condition, he is also have to undergo a kidney transplant. The girl father also undergoes dialysis twice a week. In such a situation, due to father illness and Covid-19, the economic condition of the Sanskriti family deteriorated and the Sanskriti could not even deposit its fees.

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