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Supreme Court directs the central government to postpone the counseling of NEET-PG, explains the reason

The Supreme Court has said that if the counseling starts before the court’s decision, then the students will face a serious problem. On behalf of the Central Government

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The Supreme Court has directed the postponement of counseling for NEET-PG today. According to a leading news agency report, the Supreme Court asked the central government to defer the counseling for NEET-PG till it accepts the Centre’s decision to introduce OBC and EWS reservation in All India Quota (AIQ). does not decide the validity.

The Supreme Court has said that if the counseling starts before the court’s decision, then the students will face a serious problem. On behalf of the Central Government, Additional Solicitor General KM Natraj told the Supreme Court that the counseling for NEET-PG will not start until the All India Quota (AIQ) of the Center to introduce reservation for OBC and EWS does not decide the validity of the decision.

 

 

During the hearing of the matter in the Supreme Court, the senior advocate appearing for the petitioners said that as per the official information of the Director-General of Health Services, the registration of counseling is to start from October 25, 2021. He urged the Supreme Court to intervene in this.

The Supreme Court had earlier raised the question of adopting the criteria of the annual income of Rs 8 lakh for determining eligibility for reservation for Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) during the hearing held in August. The Supreme Court had said that how can the same criteria be adopted for OBC and EWS categories when there is no social and educational backwardness in EWS.

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