You are here
Home > Education Policies > Supreme Court Adjudicates Against Vacant Seats

Supreme Court Adjudicates Against Vacant Seats

The Supreme Court has stayed a plan proposed by the central government to keep some seats reserved for the backward-category students for a period of three years in the higher educational establishments across various states in the country. The SC bench dismissed the plea which wanted that the seats reserved for candidates of the OBC category, if left vacant, shouldn’t be allocated to the general category, GC students.

On behalf of the government, the plea was brought forward by solicitor Goolam Vahanvati. He gave the example of JNU where the government had to allow the vacant seats of the OBC category to be filled by the candidates of the general category. This was argued as a contradiction to the recent educational reservations made for the OBC students. The SC bench, however, rejected this proposal and adjudicated that this was a waste of national resources. The SC has fixed another future hearing in this case.

4 thoughts on “Supreme Court Adjudicates Against Vacant Seats

  1. been reading ur website for 3 days. really like what you posted. btw i am doing study regarding this issue. do you know any other good websites or maybe forums that I can get more? thanks a lot.

  2. Its really a great post. I am sure that anyone would like to visit it again and again. After reading this post I got some very unique information which are really very helpful for anyone. This is a post having some crucial information. I wish that in future such posting should go on.

  3. Always glad to follow an interesting blog . Thanks for the article . Of course, apart from the content , the design of your website looks really amazing . Cheers.

  4. Intriguing article. I am aware I’m slightly late in posting my comment nevertheless the article were to the and merely the details I was trying to find. I can’t say i go along with everything you could mentioned nevertheless it was emphatically fascinating! BTW…I found your internet site by using a Google search. I’m a frequent visitor for your blog and definately will return again soon.

Leave a Reply

Top