The present case reflects a tormenting situation where the opulent class is putting in blood, sweat and tears to reap the benefits of EWS reservation at the expense of the economically marginalized candidates. A calculated attempt at subverting the cherished constitutional vision of education for all is under scrutiny in this case.
“Purpose of examination is to screen out best candidates available for job and since petitioner obtained more than minimum required marks, he should have been considered for Stage-II under General Category as his rejection is not based on merit but only on account of document verification.”
“If the construction is completed it will be a fait accompli. The loss will be irreparable. Balance of convenience is in favour of maintaining the status quo with respect to the construction of houses in R5 zone till the final judicial orders are passed.”
Allahabad High Court granted two weeks’ time to UPPSC to file a reply and the candidate one week thereafter to file a rejoinder affidavit
Justice Ajay Rastogi and Bela M. Trivedi delivered their split verdicts while examining the challenge raised against the Judgment of Rajasthan High Court, dismissing the appeals of the qualified candidates of OBC, EWS category.
The supernumerary seat was created by the respondents on their own and there was no direction for same in the interim order, thus, the caveat in the interim order that no equities would flow in favour of the petitioner, will not come in the way of the petitioner’s continuation against the said seat.
In a case where scholarship amount was denied to an EWS student, the Delhi High Court directed the Ministry of Science and Technology to release the third installment of scholarship amount under the INSPIRE Scheme along with Rs. 50,000 as costs
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The Government has formulated the National Health Policy, 2017, which aims at the attainment of the highest possible level of good health