Interpretation of SC judgement in WP (S) Civil no (s) 629/2015
1.0 Judgement of SC in WP (S) Civil no (S) 629/2015 kritika Nigam vs Union of India dt: 29.09.2015
2.0 Judgement of SC in WP (Civil) no: 629 of 2015 dt: 01.10.2015.
This is in reference to above two judgements given by supreme court for admission to vacant seats of AIPMT quota. Till last year vacane AIPMT seats were transferred to state quota and filled by state merit list and not by AIPMT eligible candidates. For this year above two judgements were passed by supreme court for this issue.
As per my interpretation, as per above SC orders, Vacant AIPMT seats can be filled up by candidates only who have cleared AIPMT exam and same has been displayed by www.mcc.nic.in on its web site, siting supreme court order. These seats can not be transferred to state quota and filled by state merit list.
However, after above judgements, in Gujarat, as per earlier years practise, 67 seats have been transferred to state quota (out of 71 seats, giving 4 seats to central board students) and admission procedure has been started from 04.10.2015, giving admission as per state merit list and not as per eligible candidates from AIPMT exams.
Isn't this violation of supreme court order? If yes, what immediate actions can be taken to stop this?
My daughter has cleared AIPMT exam and her merit no is 7190. She has got admission in government self financed college as per Central board state merit list. If admission is given on AIPMT merit list for 71 nos of AIPMT vacant seats, she has a good chance to get admission in good government college. But unfortunately 67 seats have been transferred to state quota for which she is not eligible as she has studied in central board.