Order of Uttar Pradesh government to give admission to AIUB courses on NEET cancellation

    Order of Uttar Pradesh government to give admission to AIUB courses on NEET cancellation

    Order of Uttar Pradesh government to give admission to AIUB courses on NEET cancellation

                 Order of Uttar Pradesh government to give admission to AIUB courses on NEET cancellation

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    Lucknow bench of Allahabad High Court has canceled the state government's decision to enter the merit list prepared on the basis of National Eligibility and Entrance Examination (NIT) in undergraduate courses in Ayurvedic, Greek and Homeopathic colleges of Uttar Pradesh. The court has directed the state government to conduct joint entrance examinations for admission in AYUSH courses and complete the admission process till September 30. Justice D.K. Upadhyay's bench gave this direction on the petition filed by Amit Kumar and others.

The petitioners challenged the order of the state government, which stated that the students of AYUSH courses will be admitted on the basis of the merit list of the fair. They argued that the applications for NIT were approved on January 31, in which the said condition was not mentioned that the entry of AYUSH will be done on the basis of merit list but suddenly the government issued the order.

The petition said that in addition to this, the Central Government has stated in its order that admission in AYUSH courses based on merit list will be from 2018-19 academic session and if this is not possible from the 2017-18 session, Can enter through examination.

The bench said that the state government chose to enter Ayush courses on the basis of neutral, which resulted in the violation of the fundamental right to join the entrance examinations of students desirous of admission in AYUSH graduate courses. Many students may not have applied under the advertisement given for NEET because they have never been told that admission to AYUSH graduate courses will be done only in the academic session 2017-18.

The court had asked the government lawyer to get detailed instructions in this regard till Tuesday and submit it to him. After considering the reply of the state government, the bench canceled the July 10 order of the state government.
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