If hard copies of the applications and required documents were made available by the students to the department which had enough funds for the purpose, it was unfair and unjust to deny them the benefits just because of a fault in the software, Alok Kumar Jain said.
The Commission made the recommendation after hearing the case of Vipin Kumar, a SC student of KL Polytechnic, Roorkee who had been denied scholarship and a similar case of one Rajan Verma of Haridwar who had said that out of a total of 330 scholarship applications submitted during 2915-16 only 5 were cleared.
The social welfare department had submitted during the hearing that most of the applications were rejected as documents of a majority of applicants did not show online on the department's website.
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