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The petitioner cannot take advantage of, or refuge under, the error that has crept into the Admission Form available on the website. Such a mistake on the part of the respondent-university would not clothe the petitioner with any legal right.

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The clauses in the Information Memorandum are based on the Master Circular which is issued by the Reserve Bank under its statutory powers. Information Memorandum and its clauses refer to Master Circular. The said Information Brochure has a statutory flavour. In that event, the agreement would have a statutory base and such an agreement can certainly be enforceable.

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by Murali Karnam† and Trijeeb Nanda††

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The factum of the recommendation and its acceptance was kept a secret from public and students at large, until the fag end and on the very date the results were declared, it was disclosed to the students. This clearly shows the arbitrariness and lapse on the part of the Board to keep the students in the dark about the weightage formula adopted for preparation of final result.

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