A petition has been filed in the Supreme Court against the decision to give reservation to OBC and EWS in NEET UG examination. The Supreme Court has issued a notice to the Central Government regarding this.
NEET 2021: Supreme Court’s notice to the central government
NEET UG 2021: A petition has been filed in the Supreme Court against the decision to give reservation to OBCs and EWS in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET UG 2021) to be conducted for admission in the undergraduate courses of medicine. The Supreme Court has issued a notice to the Central Government regarding this. The Supreme Court is hearing a petition against the Central Government giving 27 percent reservation.
The petition filed in the Supreme Court has sought a stay on the effect and operation of the notification dated 29 July 2021 issued by the Medical Advisory Committee for the implementation of the reservation policy. Along with this, he has sought a direction to constitute a committee of experts to examine the modalities related to the current reservation policy.
petition was filed earlier
A petition was also filed just before the NEET UG 2021 exam. In which there was a demand to stop the examination to be held on 12 September. However, after the Supreme Court rejected this petition, the NEET exam was concluded on 12 September itself.
refuse to stop
Hearing another petition, the Supreme Court dismissed the petition against the decision to take the 11th examination offline in Kerala. Hearing the matter, a two-member bench headed by Justice MM Khanwilkar said, he is satisfied with the response of the Kerala government in this matter. The bench hoped that the concerned authority would take precautions in the examination. Earlier, the High Court had refused to entertain this petition. After which the petitioner approached the Supreme Court.
Hearing will be held on September 20
On September 6, the Supreme Court had issued a notice on the petition already filed in this matter and sought a response from the government. A new petition has been filed before the Supreme Court on Friday and it has been said that the notification of the Central Government is contrary to the judgment of the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court, while issuing notice on the petition, tagged the existing petition with the already pending petition. The next hearing will be on September 20.
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