SC has TN. Rejected the petition for adding in-service quota seats of NEET SS surrendered by

The Supreme Court on Thursday refused to entertain a plea seeking a direction to add 92 “in-service quota seats” of NEET Super Specialty 2021 to the newly added seats by Tamil Nadu and make them available to all candidates. was made available, even if they had previously joined. Round.

A vacation bench of Justices CT Ravikumar and Sudhanshu Dhulia observed that the apex court had on May 9 allowed mop-up rounds for all vacant/vagrant/vacant super-specialty seats, provided that no doctor who had joined the seats earlier Had it happened, it wouldn’t happen. allowed to participate.

“We cannot go against the judgment. When there is a specific direction, we cannot. When the law is laid down by this court, now only because you are not a party to the judgment…

“We do not think that we should proceed with the arguments raised by the petitioner in the light of the order passed by this Court… We have no hesitation to hold that the petitioner is not entitled to make such a prayer in this direction. In short Such writ petition should fail and be dismissed,” the bench said.

The top court was hearing a petition filed by Kaviarasan MP and others, seeking a direction to add 92 “in-service quota seats” of NEET Super Specialty 2021 to the newly added seats by Tamil Nadu and make them available to all candidates. was demanded. Joining the first round.

On May 9, 2022, the counsel appearing for Tamil Nadu had told the apex court that the 92 unfilled seats in the state’s in-service quota would be handed over to the All India Quota (AIQ) this year.

Additional Solicitor General Aishwarya Bhati had said that a mop up round will be conducted to complete the process of admission to super specialty medical courses due to surrender of 92 seats to AIQ by Tamil Nadu.

The top court had then said, “The mop up round for all vacant/vagrant/vacant super specialty seats shall be conducted subject to the condition that any doctor who has appeared on one seat in the first round is eligible to participate.” No. Mop up round. Since the mop round is being conducted, a suitable extension of time may be given to complete the admission.”

This story has been published without modification in text from a wire agency feed. Only the title has been changed.

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