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The central government has told the Supreme Court that they have decided to review the RS 8 Lakh criteria to determine the economically weaker category (EWS) in the national feasibility test (NEET) all Indian quota (AIQ) and will emerge with new decisions in four weeks. Mehta said that the Near Counseling (PG) will be postponed for four weeks further according to the previous guarantee given to the court. The center on Thursday told the Supreme Court that they had made a decision to review the limit of the Eight Rupee of the Lakh annual income remaining to determine the weaker part category (EWS) for bookings in the postgraduate medical courses.
NEET 2021 AIQ: Judge Dy Chandrachud, Surya Kant, and Vikram Nath were informed by lawyers General Tushar Mehta that a committee will be based on determining the criteria for EWS and will take four weeks. Mehta said that the counseling of NEET (PG) will be postponed for four weeks further according to the previous guarantee given to the court.
Senior Advocate Arvind D Patar appeared for the applicant, advising that the implementation of the EWS can be done next year because counseling is being postponed for PG students. After this, the center replied that it might be difficult for the government because they wanted to carry out the process correctly.
Conclusion: The previous center was justified before the highest court by its decision to set the annual income limit of Rs 8 Lakh to determine the EWS category. It is said that the principle of installing the amount is rational and follows Articles 14, 15, and 16 constitutions.
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