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AEEE 2016- Amrita Engineering Entrance Exam


[/av_textblock] [av_textblock size=” font_color=’custom’ color=’#ffffff’] [av_one_half first]Exam Name: Amrita Engineering Exam

Commonly known as: AEEE

Exam Level: National Level[/av_one_half][av_one_half]Conducting Authority: Amita Engineering

Exam Stream: Engineering Exam[/av_one_half] [/av_textblock] [/av_three_fourth] [/av_section] [av_tab_container position=’top_tab’ boxed=’border_tabs’ initial=’1′] [av_tab title=’Home’ icon_select=’no’ icon=’ue800′ font=’entypo-fontello’ custom_id=’Home’] In an emphasis to what the apex court stated 27 years ago the bench has claimed that it is now “inclined” to convey the same message to the central and the state governments over the reservation in institutions of higher education.

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The Supreme Court is regretting that some “privilege remains unchanged” even after 68 years of independence and is of the opinion that national interest requires doing away with all forms of reservation in institutions of higher education and has thus urged the centre to take effective steps “objectively”. A bench of Justices Dipak Misra and P C Pant noted that despite several reminders to the central and state governments to make merit the primary criteria for admissions into super-specialty courses, the ground reality remains that reservation often holds sway over merit.

The bench has remarked that “The fond hope has remained in the sphere of hope… The said privilege remains unchanged, as if (it is) to compete with eternity,” also adding that it concurs completely with what the Supreme Court had ruled in 1988 in two judgments. While dealing with the issue of reservation in super-specialty courses in medical institutions in these two cases the Top Court stated that “there should really be no reservation since it is in the general interest of the country for improving the standard of higher education, and thereby improving the quality of available medical services to the people of India. We hope and trust that the Government of India and the state governments shall seriously consider this aspect of the matter without delay and appropriate guidelines shall be evolved
[/av_tab] [av_tab title=’About-us’ icon_select=’no’ icon=’ue800′ font=’entypo-fontello’ custom_id=’About-us’] In an emphasis to what the apex court stated 27 years ago the bench has claimed that it is now “inclined” to convey the same message to the central and the state governments over the reservation in institutions of higher education.

The Supreme Court is regretting that some “privilege remains unchanged” even after 68 years of independence and is of the opinion that national interest requires doing away with all forms of reservation in institutions of higher education and has thus urged the centre to take effective steps “objectively”. A bench of Justices Dipak Misra and P C Pant noted that despite several reminders to the central and state governments to make merit the primary criteria for admissions into super-specialty courses, the ground reality remains that reservation often holds sway over merit.

The bench has remarked that “The fond hope has remained in the sphere of hope… The said privilege remains unchanged, as if (it is) to compete with eternity,” also adding that it concurs completely with what the Supreme Court had ruled in 1988 in two judgments. While dealing with the issue of reservation in super-specialty courses in medical institutions in these two cases the Top Court stated that “there should really be no reservation since it is in the general interest of the country for improving the standard of higher education, and thereby improving the quality of available medical services to the people of India. We hope and trust that the Government of India and the state governments shall seriously consider this aspect of the matter without delay and appropriate guidelines shall be evolved
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