The writ petition is filed challenging the clause 8(1)(e) and 8(2)(a) contained in the chapter 8 of National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (UG) – 2020 issued by the National Testing agency as unconstitutional, unreasonable, arbitrary and as the same is in violative of the fundamental rights guaranteed under the Indian Constitution. The petitioner states that above said provision leaves the women

[9/30, 07:11] Sekarreporter 1: [9/30, 07:09] Sekarreporter 1: [9/30, 07:08] Sekarreporter 1: The writ petition is filed challenging the clause 8(1)(e) and 8(2)(a) contained in the chapter 8 of National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (UG) – 2020 issued by the National Testing agency as unconstitutional, unreasonable, arbitrary and as the same is in violative of the fundamental rights guaranteed under the Indian Constitution. The petitioner states that above said provision leaves the women candidates to suffer a great agony in the name of Checking/ Frisking just before the stressful Examination. Especially the Married women are forced to remove their Thaali ( Mangal Sutra), Metti, studs, Nose Screw, which are considered to be sacramental for Hindu women according to their Sentiments/ Customs, which is all unnecessary when the entire examination is recorded by CCTV and invigilated by the invigilator physically and also the women candidate where asked to change the dress, as the colour of the dress they wear is not permissible, such act of the respondents causes greater disturbance in the mind just before the stressful examination. The petitioner further states that even in the Examination Conducted by UPSC, JEE also does not provide for such unconstitutional and degrading acts in the name of frisking/ Checking for the exams conducted by it.
[9/30, 07:08] Sekarreporter 1: sir this is shorter version regarding the PIL
[9/30, 07:08] Sekarreporter 1: The petitioner is an advocate practicing in the Madras High Court
[9/30, 07:11] Sekarreporter 1: Senior advt THIYAGARAJAN going to argue
[9/30, 07:13] Sekarreporter 1: [9/30, 07:12] Sekarreporter 1: 1
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No. of Corrs:
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT MADRAS
(SPECIAL ORIGINAL JURUISDRICTION)
W.P.No of 2020
S.Aravind Raj
S/o. D. Saravanan
No. 83/210, Sanjeevrayonkoil street,
Oldwashermenpet,
Chennai- 600 021 … Petitioner
VS
1. The Union of India
Rep by its Secretary,
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
Nirman Bhawan,
New Delhi – 110011.
2.The Union of India
Rep by its Secretary,
Ministry of Human Resource Development,
No. 1, West Block, Rama Krishna Puram,
New Delhi, Delhi 110066.
3. The Director,
The Directorate General of Health Services
Nirman Bhawan,
New Delhi – 110011
4.The Medical Council of India
Rep by its Secretary,
Now replaced by
National Medical Commission
Pocket 14, Sector 8 Dwarka Phase I,
New Delhi 110077.
5.National Testing Agency
Rep by its
The Senior Director/ Director (Administration)
No. C-20 1A/8 ,Sector 62,
IITK Outreach Centre,
NOIDA-201309. …..Respondents
AFFIDAVIT OF THE PETITIONER
I, S. Aravind Raj, S/o. D. Saravanan, Hindu, Aged about 25 years,
residing at No. 83/210, Sanjeevrayonkoil street, Oldwashermenpet,
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