Taking steps for OBC reservation under all-India quota of medical, dental seats – TN Authorities Said. The Tamil Nadu authorities on Thursday mentioned that all steps have been being taken to get OBC reservation under all-India quota for dental and medical seats. Apart from this authorized initiative, the state government has once more filed a petition within the Supreme Courtroom on July 2 searching for 50 per cent reservation, the Minister stated. Follow us to get daily updates.
TN Steps to OBC reservation under all-India quota:
The Government of Tamil Nadu said all the adequate steps were being taken to get reservation for Other Backward Classes under the all-India (AIQ) quota of medical and dental seats. The government impleaded itself in the Saloni Kumari case on quota for OBCs in AIQ in the Supreme Court after writing twice to the Centre urging it to implement the reservation for OBCs, Health Minister C Vijayabaskar said in a statement.
The state government continues to strongly oppose NEET, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K Palaniswami, in a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, known as for medical admissions primarily based on class 12 marks since conducting NEET through the COVID19 situation was tough, he mentioned.
The Tamil Nadu government does not exclude creamy layer and follows 69 per cent reservation for employment and admission in educational institutions.
Earlier, The Supreme Court was hearing an appeal filed by the Tamil Nadu government against a June 22 order of the Madras High Court keeping in abeyance its plea for the implementation of 50 per cent reservation for OBC in admission to seats surrendered by the State to the All India Quota in medical and dental courses.
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