The Supreme Court reprimanded the Centre for the delay in the Tribunal Reform Act and the appointment, said … the government does not respect the court's decision, the law was passed against the order … notice issued to the central government
The petition was filed by one Akash Yadav, who is a minor through his uncle/local guardian Dr Surendra Kumar Yadav (Petitioner-in-Person), seeking directions to be allowed to fill online forms in order to sit for the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test 2021
The Union of India in its office memorandum on July 30, 2021 has decided the aforementioned reservation quota while considering the judgment of Madras High Court, Supreme Court and report of the committee. The same is annexed along with the said Affidavit.
The Supreme Court has set aside the decision of the Centre not to reduce the minimum marks for admission to BDS course in 2020-2021 while stating that it suffers from the vices of “illegality” and “irrationality”.
A bench headed by Justice L Nageswara Rao has asked the petitioner students to approach the HC in case the discrepancies persist. A total of 19 NEET students had approached the Apex Court challenging a circular by the NTA that mandated an amount of 1,000 to be charged per question for the reassessment.
New Delhi (ILNS): The Nagpur Bench of Bombay High Court has issued notice to the Centre and the National Testing Agency on a petition filed by a National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) aspirant alleging discrepancies in the test assessment system after she scored zero in the exam.