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In a major relief to a large number of students anxious to join courses in un-aided medical colleges, the Supreme Court has ruled that unfilled seats meant for non resident Indians (NRI) candidates are free to be occupied by general category students. “It is open to the unaided professional educational institutions to fill unfilled NRI seats for the year 2012-13 and for the succeeding years through the entrance test conducted by them,” the top court said on Tuesday 3rd March.
This order will prevail, at least, until finality is arrived by the court on the pending suits. A bench of justices Deepak Verma, B. S. Chauhan and KS Radhakrishnan recalled another verdict passed by a larger bench of the top court and said “the policy of reservation should not be enforced by the State nor any quota or percentage of admissions could be carved out to be appropriated by the State in a minority or non-minority unaided educational institution”. Disposing of lawsuits filed by Modern Dental College and Research Centre and other institutions against the judgment by the Madhya Pradesh High Court that relied on the interpretation given a two-judge bench of the top court, the court overruled the order. The state government said the vacant NRI seats must be left for the general pool candidates.
Courtesy: DNA India
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