Chandigarh High Court has rejected the intrigue of the engineering undergrad of NIT, Kurukshetra to give him a chance to show up for his compartment exams. The competitor had spoke to the court to enable him to show up in his 17 compartment exams this year, to which the Chief Justice admonished him and said that the opportunity has already come and gone that he should leave building and spare the nation.

The NIT student who got admission in engineering in 2009 was not ready to clear his exams amid his four years of building course. The foundation allowed him 4 more years to clear the exams in which he didn’t succeed. At the point when gotten some information about the reason, he said that because of some close to home reasons he was not ready to clear the exams. He himself went to document the intrigue and argued the court that he will clear his compartmental exams whenever given a shot.

In the wake of hearing his request, Chief Justice Krishna Murari reprimanded him and requesting that he leave building this time and chastened him for squandering government cash for his engineering qualification.

At the point when the student requested that the court demonstrate to him some leniency, the court turned around and requesting that he demonstrate some kindness to the court and not squander the important time of the court. The court additionally included that if in most recent 9 years the competitor was not able clear his compartment exam, at that point he won’t have the capacity to clear it in one go. Finally, the court even prompted him to leave engineering and spare the nation and pick some other calling as a profession.