Allahabad High Court while setting aside order by Single Judge said it is common knowledge that incidents of ragging by seniors in institutions of vocational studies have long-lasting adverse impact on junior students that it becomes difficult for such students to come out of the trauma and agony.
Supreme Court asked Kerala Govt. to inform the court with respect to number of seats unfulfilled after commencement of Mop up round. Senior Advocate Dushyant Dave appeared for the Petitioners i.e., NRI students who further submitted that seats allotted for NRI quota cannot be transferred to other quota.
The Delhi High Court division bench issued a notice in the plea by one Dr. Snigdha Kamini, challenging the National Board of Examinations, and the government’s decision that declared her ineligible to take the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test-SS 2021 examination.
The Supreme Court has affirmed the order of Bombay High Court which had denied admission to a medical aspirant in the MBBS course in NAMO Medical Education and Research Institute, Silvassa, Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu as the same is against the reservation policy of the college.
Justice Manoj K. Tiwari observed: “It is a settled position in law that while exercising power of judicial review, this court does not enter into the domain reserved for subject experts. Which qualification would be suitable for admission, in a particular medical course, etc.”