SINCE FEW DAYS DISCUSSIONS ARE GOING ON IN VARIOUS FORUMS(RXPG) AS WELL AS IN OTHER SITES ABOUT ADJOURNED MATTERS.
SO WE WISH TO SHARE WITH YOU THE INFORMATION WE GOT ABOUT ADJOURNED MATTERS..
WE SHARE THE INFORMATION WHAT SUPREME COURT OF INDIA'S HAND BOOK MENTIONS ABOUT ADJOURNED MATTERS..WE WILL ALSO PUBLISH THE LINK TO DOWNLOAD THE HANDBOOK FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT HOW CASES ARE GOING ON IN COURT
SINCE FEW DAYS NEET CASE IS INCLUDED IN ADJOURNED MATTERS THIS DOESN'T MEAN VERDICT IS GOING TO COME SOON..MANY RUMORS ARE SPREADING IN VARIOUS FORUMS SO ONLY DECIDED TO GIVE DETAILS ON THIS
THIS IS WHAT HANDBOOK MENTIONS IN PAGE 39
If Admission Matter is adjourned by the Court, it is listed further
through computer in terms of the directions given by the Court in this
regard and keeping the overall ceiling of total matters to be listed before
the Bench, in view. For this purpose a computer programme has been
prepared in consultation with NIC and dates are given by the computer
in terms of that programme, thereby eliminating manual intervention.
The computer gives date in the following order of priority:
a. Specific date matters
b. Matters which are adjourned for a particular period viz 1/2/4
c. Matters directed to be listed in a particular month.
d. Notice matters where a returnable date is given by the
e. Matters directed to be listed after a particular period viz 1/2/4
f. The matters which are simply adjourned without any direction
as regards the next date of hearing/the matters in which date
is given by the Registry.
Group matters (more than 5 matters on admission side), Jail
Petitions, Bail matters, Transfer Petitions, direct and indirect Tax
matters, matters relating to Electrical Bills, Electricity Disputes and
Appeals under TRAI Act and academic matters relating to admission to
educational institutions, establishment and recognition of educational
institutions, admission/transfer to engineering and medical colleges and
allocation of All India Quota in admission/transfer to medical colleges
are given priority and unless otherwise directed by the Hon’ble Court
are included in the next advance list taken immediately after the matter
becomes due for listing.
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