Supreme Court held that no statute provides for rounding off the eligibility criteria prescribed for examination:

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In the case of the Registrar, Rajiv Gandhi University of health sciences, Bangalore vs. G. Hemlatha and Others,   the question of law involved was whether by applying the principle of rounding-off the eligibility criteria prescribed for the qualifying examination for admission to the PG course in M.Sc (Nursing) could be relaxed.

In this case it was held that when emphasis is given in the rule itself to the minimum marks to be obtained, there can be no relaxation or rounding-off. When an eligibility criterion is prescribed in a qualifying examination, it must be strictly adhered to. Any dilution or tampering with it will work injustice on other candidates.

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