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SC dismisses plea so as to add in-service quota seats of NEET-SS 2021 surrendered by TN

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SC dismisses plea to add in-service quota seats of NEET-SS 2021 surrendered by TN

The Supreme Court on Thursday refused to entertain a plea searching for a course so as to add 92 “in-service quota seats” of NEET tremendous specialty 2021 surrendered by Tamil Nadu within the newly added seats and make them out there to all candidates regardless of their becoming a member of in earlier rounds.

A trip bench of Justices C T Ravikumar and Sudhanshu Dhulia mentioned the highest court docket on May 9 had allowed a mop-up spherical for all of the unfilled/stray/vacant super-speciality seats topic to the situation that any physician who had joined seats earlier is not going to be allowed to hitch.

“We can’t go in opposition to the judgement. When there’s a particular course, we can’t. When the regulation is laid down by this court docket, now merely since you’re not a celebration to the judgement…

“We don’t think that we should proceed with the contentions raised by the petitioner any further in light of the order passed by this court…We have no hesitation to hold that petitioner is not entitled to seek such prayer in this direction. In short, such writ petition must fail and is dismissed,” the bench mentioned.

The high court docket was listening to a plea filed by Kaviyarasan M P and others searching for a course so as to add 92 “in-service quota seats” of NEET tremendous speciality 2021 surrendered by Tamil Nadu within the newly added seats and make them out there to all candidates regardless of their becoming a member of in earlier rounds.

On May 9, 2022, the counsel showing on behalf of Tamil Nadu had advised the apex court docket that the 92 unfilled seats of the in-service quota of the State shall be surrendered this yr to the All India Quota (AIQ).

Additional Solicitor General Aishwarya Bhati had acknowledged {that a} mop-up spherical might be held for finishing the method of admission to tremendous speciality medical programs, occasioned by the give up of 92 seats by Tamil Nadu to the AIQ.

The high court docket had then mentioned, “The mop-up round shall be held for all the unfilled/stray/vacant super speciality seats subject to the condition that any doctor who has joined a seat in the earlier round shall not be eligible for participating in the mop-up round. Since the mop round is being held, a suitable extension of time may be granted for completing the admissions.”