LAHORE-Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed of the Lahore High Court on Wednesday admitted an application for hearing through which condition of submitting online admission forms for matric was challenged. Advocate Muhammad Azhar Siddique filed this application into an already main petition against compulsory production of B-Form of Nadra, with the admission form for ninth and tenth class examination being conducted by various Boards in Punjab. In this application the lawyer submitted that board of intermediate and secondary education required the students to file their admission forms through internet, which was causing a great inconvenience to them. Mr. Siddique presented many news items in the court that published in national newspapers pointing out difficulties faced by the students while submitting online admission forms. He requested the court to make these news items part of the case record and to seek explanation from the board authorities on the matter.