The Delhi High Court recently struck down a regulation that disqualified recognized open school board candidates for selection and appearance in the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET).
The Court came to this conclusion while adjudicating a batch of writ petitions challenging certain provisions of the Regulation on Graduate Medical Education (Amendment), 2017 on NEET.
The regulation disqualifying open school students was challenged primarily on three grounds:
- That the proviso infringes fundamental right to . . .
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