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    A few students, expelled from the college, have approached the High Court for relief. The students were expelled because they were found consuming alcohol and other intoxicants on the college premises. The High Court has taken undertakings from the parents of the school that if the students are granted re-admission, any further breach of discipline would cause irrevocable suspension. Now, the High Court has asked you to consider the case sympathetically as all the expelled students are in their final or second last semester of post graduation.
    As the Principal of the college, what would be an ethical decision on your part?

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    1. Re-admit the students on the condition that the undertaking given to court is binding.
    2. Request the Court to suggest a penalty, not as a directive, but as a mere suggestion.
    3. Re-admit only the students who are otherwise good in studies and behaviour.
    4. Respectfully decline the Court's request citing organizational rules.
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