Sekarreporter1: https://twitter.com/sekarreporter1/status/1338732065727021057?s=08 [12/15, 11:57] Sekarreporter1: [12/15, 11:56] Sekarreporter1: [12/15, 11:55] Sekarreporter1: [12/15, 11:53] Sekarreporter1: Justices Vineet Kothari and M.S. Ramesh admit the writ petition but refuse to order that admission of Govt school students this year would be

[12/15, 11:56] Sekarreporter1: https://twitter.com/sekarreporter1/status/1338732065727021057?s=08
[12/15, 11:57] Sekarreporter1: [12/15, 11:56] Sekarreporter1: [12/15, 11:55] Sekarreporter1: [12/15, 11:53] Sekarreporter1: Justices Vineet Kothari and M.S. Ramesh admit the writ petition but refuse to order that admission of Govt school students this year would be subject to result of the case. Judges say they don’t want a sword to be hanging over their heads of poor students.
[12/15, 11:53] Sekarreporter1: A pvt school student who could not secure medical seat despite scoring 565 marks in his 3rd attempt in NEET has challenged the law providing 7.5% reservation for Govt school students. Says the law promotes mediocracy by providing seats to those who had scored 135 marks @THChennai
[12/15, 11:55] Sekarreporter1: Madras HC admits plea moved by a private school student who failed to secure a MBBS seat in view of 7.5% reservation provided to govt students. Challenges the constitutional validity of the reservation. @timesofindia
[12/15, 11:55] Sekarreporter1: While noting that such reservation are provided to ensure admission for poor and downtrodden, HC said that the state has to resort to such measures due to poor standard of govt schools. @timesofindia
[12/15, 11:56] Sekarreporter1: For govt ag argued

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