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Updated Thu, 07 Apr 2022 1137 AM IST

Medical Reservation: The state government said that 7.5 per cent has helped bridge the rural-urban and rich-poor divide in MBBS admissions.

The Madras High Court has upheld the 7.5% reservation by the Government of Tamil Nadu for students of government schools for admission to medical courses. The first bench of Chief Justice Munishwar Nath Bhandari and Justice D Bharat Chakraborty upheld the Tamil Nadu government’s decision of reservation and called for a review of it every five years. The quota committee had also suggested this.

The Madras High Court gave this decision in response to a number of petitions challenging the constitutionality of the quota, challenging the constitutionality of this reservation. The petitioners argued that 69 per cent reservation has already been arranged by the state government. Due to this reason, only 31 per cent seats are left with the general category candidates in the state. Now 7.5 per cent additional reservation will further reduce it.

Tamil Nadu government defends reservation
We have welcomed the decision of giving 7.5% reservation to the students of government schools for admission in medical courses. The state government said that 7.5 per cent has helped bridge the rural-urban and rich-poor divide in MBBS admissions.

The Madras High Court has upheld the 7.5% reservation by the Government of Tamil Nadu for students of government schools for admission to medical courses. The first bench of Chief Justice Munishwar Nath Bhandari and Justice D Bharat Chakraborty upheld the Tamil Nadu government’s decision of reservation and called for a review of it every five years. The quota committee had also suggested this.

The Madras High Court gave this decision in response to a number of petitions challenging the constitutionality of the quota, challenging the constitutionality of this reservation. The petitioners argued that 69 per cent reservation has already been arranged by the state government. Due to this reason, only 31 per cent seats are left with the general category candidates in the state. Now 7.5 per cent additional reservation will further reduce it.

Tamil Nadu government defends reservation

We have welcomed the decision of giving 7.5% reservation to the students of government schools for admission in medical courses. The state government said that 7.5 per cent has helped bridge the rural-urban and rich-poor divide in MBBS admissions.

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