High Court issues notice on students’ claim that NEET is not applicable for AYUSH. High Court issues notice on students’ claim that NEET is not applicable for AYUSH

Digital Desk, New Delhi. A group of students in the Delhi High Court on Monday claimed in a petition that AYUSH courses cannot come under the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) as the exam is confined to modern scientific medicine and does not include traditional medicine courses. .

A division bench headed by Chief Justice of Delhi High Court Justice DN Patel and Justice Jyoti Singh issued notice to seek the stand of the Center and the National Testing Agency in the matter on a petition filed by six AYUSH doctors.

The court also said that it will hear the matter on March 30 along with another petition filed by a group of allopathic doctors who have moved the court against allowing AYUSH practitioners to perform certain types of surgeries.

The Bench has also asked the Central Government’s counsel Monika Arora to give details of the plea of ​​allopathic doctors.

The court also observed during the hearing that there is double standard in the petition. Listing both the matters for further hearing, the court said, “On the one hand where you are saying that you are a competitor.”

But when asked to appear in NEET, you are saying that we are not competitive.

In the petition of AYUSH candidates, it was argued that their courses operate differently and are fundamentally different from medical institutions that offer degrees, diplomas or licenses in Ayurveda, Unani, Siddha, or Homeopathy medicines.

It claimed that the NEET exam for AYUSH courses is in violation of Article 14, which provides for equality before the law or equal protection of the laws. The petitioners said that they are not against the entrance examination system, but against the AYUSH courses Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Unani, Siddha and Sowa Rigpa.

To take admission in are against neet.


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