Reservation Post-Graduate Medical Courses: The Supreme Court on Saturday issued notice to the Madhya Pradesh government and the Medical Council of India (MCI) on the issue of giving 100 percent reservation to state domicile students in postgraduate medical courses.A petition has been filed in the Supreme Court against the decision of giving 100 percent reservation in PG to the local students of the state.
According to the report of news agency ANI, the Supreme Court has sought a response from the Madhya Pradesh government and the Medical Council of India (MCI) on a petition challenging the 100 percent reservation for the state's native students in post graduate medical courses.
According to media reports, on behalf of the Association of Private Medical Colleges of Madhya Pradesh, advocate Siddharth Radhelal Gupta and Mrigank in-charge told the court that 100 percent of seats of PG medical courses in the state are reserved for the natives. has been done.Counseling is possible for admission to PG medical courses in more than 600 seats in the state from October 2021.In private medical colleges also, hundred percent of seats have been reserved for the students of the natives of the state.
The association of private medical colleges in the state has challenged the decision of the Madhya Pradesh High Court in which the court had refused to quash the State Government's Admission Rules 2018.The Madhya Pradesh High Court, in its recent judgment, had disposed of a petition challenging the admission rules on the ground that a similar issue was pending before a larger bench of the apex court.In such a situation, it would not be appropriate for the High Court to decide the matter.