NEET PG Counseling 2021: Supreme Court approves NEET counseling
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The decision of NEET PG counseling 2021, which was long awaited by medical aspirants, turned in favor of EWS and OBC category students on Friday, January 7, 2022. As per the decision finalized by the Supreme Court on January 7, 2022, the 27% OBC reservation will now be applicable to all medical seats falling under the central pool, including All India Quota (AIQ) seats. Further, the final hearing on EWS quota is scheduled to take place in the third week of March 2022.
A bench of Justices DY Chandrachud and AS Bopanna sought the respective written submissions of the parties for consideration. The bench then said that the long-awaited NEET counseling session should now begin immediately.
Senior advocate, Arvind Datar termed as arbitrary the Centre’s criteria for determining EWS for reservation purposes in NEET All India Quota, cut-off income of ₹8 lakh and property assets. Subsequently, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta moved the court to allow the commencement of NEET PG counseling session, senior advocate Shyam Divan argued that admission to medical seats for post-graduation should be on the basis of merit and reservation of minimum Should be.
Advocate Archana Pathak, intervening in the matter, said that the NEET PG counseling session should now be sanctioned, as the third year residents will graduate in a few months. Due to this, only 33% of the workforce will be left for duty, which is a small number to fight the upcoming third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Notably, the Supreme Court had issued a notification on July 29, 2021, stating that 27% OBC reservation and 10% EWS reservation would be applicable for all seats falling under the central pool, with 15% UG seats and 10% EWS reservation. 50% PG seats are included. Bharat Quota, starting from academic session 2021-22. After the notification was issued, the Supreme Court received several arguments challenging the notice issued on July 29.
Students’ reaction after the hearing
As soon as the above verdict was announced, the students got annoyed with the court’s decision and took to social media to vent their anger.
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