Kerala government on Saturday demonstrated it might approach the Supreme Court looking for clarity over the Kerala High Court request allowing all self-financing therapeutic and dental universities in the state to proceed with confirmation process for the administration share seats.
Both the Central government and the Supreme Court have said that affirmation for the therapeutic and dental courses might be directed from the NEET list on the premise of legitimacy. “It can’t be said the high court was yesterday repeating the same stand,” Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan told columnists here. Kerala government may need to approach the Supreme Court to get a “lawful clarity” on the matter,” he said.
The high court yesterday allowed a contingent remain focused state government request guiding the Commissioner for Entrance Examination to direct admission to all seats, including NRI and administration, in self-financing therapeutic and dental universities in the state. The court allowed the schools to proceed with confirmation process for the administration portion seats. A definite choice on drawing closer the summit court on the issue is prone to be gone up against Monday after the administration’s meeting with agents of the self-financing therapeutic and dental school administrations. CM Vijayan made it clear that the legislature did not need any showdown with the self-financing universities’ administrations on the issue.
The high court had rejected the conflict of Advocate General C P Sudhakara Prasad that the administration’s point behind the reviled request was to distribute situates specifically from National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) rundown to administration standard to stay away from debasement, capitation and also to guarantee straightforwardness. The administration request had said admission to 50 for every penny merit seats in these foundations would be made through the Kerala Entrance Examination 2016 and admission to 35 for every penny administration share and 15 for every penny NRI seats from NEET list.