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SC reprimands the government on NEET-MDS counseling case, sought information in 2 days

SC reprimands the government on NEET-MDS counseling case, sought information in 2 days

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Hearing in the Neet MDS Admission counseling case, the Supreme Court has reprimanded the Central Government. Also, two days’ time has been given to give information in this regard.

New Delhi. The Supreme Court has reprimanded the Central Government while hearing a petition regarding delay in counseling for NEET-MDS admission. The court said that the government should tell by August 11 when it will conduct counseling for NEET-MDS admission. A bench of Justices DY Chandrachud and MR Shah said when the Center has approved OBC reservation in medical seats, when will it conduct the counseling.

Government asked for two weeks’ time

Additional Solicitor General KM Natraj, appearing in the court on behalf of the central government, said that the government needs two weeks’ time to issue a notification in this regard and prepare the modalities. To this the bench said, ‘What is this way? We read last week that the Center has approved OBC reservation. Now again you will slip it into October or November. We will not allow you this.

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Significantly, on July 29, the government had approved 27 per cent reservation for OBCs and 10 per cent for economically backward classes under the All India Quota in post graduate medical and dental courses. At the same time, the court had earlier also reprimanded the Center for delay in conducting counseling on July 12. Along with this, the court had also sent notices to the Dental Council of India and the National Board of Examination (NBE), along with the Center and the MCC.

Why is the government delaying the counseling

During the hearing of the case, the court had said that these are all eligible BDS students, but the counseling was not conducted by the center last year. The doctor, having a degree in Bachelor in Dental Surgery, had appeared for the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET-MDS) conducted by the National Board of Examination (NBE) on December 16 last year for admission to the Master in Dental Surgery for MDS course.











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