[UPDATED On 16th Oct.] According to MCC, 15% All india quota surplus/surrendered seats after 3rd round Counselling was to be transferred to the States. Students found it injustice to them. Writ petition(civil) No. 659/2015 & 629/2015 is filled in the Supreme Court of India. Court has released a stay order against filling of surplus seats by states.
States like Gujrat, Karnataka, Rajasthan, west Bengal & Uttar Pradesh has already released a notice as per the direction of court. Now surplus seats will only be filled after final verdict by the Supreme Court. Till then states quota seats will be filled.
In view of interim order of the Hon. Supreme Court in W.P(civil) 659/2015, The allotment against the surrendered All India Quota seats notified on 22/09/2015 is deferred temporarily. The willing students can modify their options as per revised seat matrix on or before 26/09/2015 at 7.00AM. The allotment for state quota seats will done as per revised schedule.
Current Case Status
Status of : Writ Petition (Civil) 629 Of 2015
KRITIKA NIGAM (MINOR) THROUGH LEGAL GUARDIAN .Vs. UNION OF INDIA & ANOTHER
Status-Disposed on 28/09/2015
Updated on 30/09/2015
1. All india quota seats will remain 15%.
2. The admissions should be strictly accordance to the para 15 of information bulletin/Rules.
3.While making admissions directions contained in para 19 of Mridul Dhar vs Union of India 2005 shall be borne in mind.
Court said : we permit the state government to complete the admission process with the extension of period of one week from today i.e. by 7/10/2015, by filling up the vacant/left over All India Quota seats which have been surrendered to respective states.
Total of 875 All India Quota seats are vacant which will be filled by States & there will be no further extension of dates.
MCC Notice (06/10/2015): Some states like West Bengal, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, etc. have not compiled with the order of Supreme Court & are taking admission of vacant/surplus seats on the basis of state rank. MCC has notified these states to follow supreme court order & take admission on the basis of All India rank only.
SC order dated 14/10/2015 against Writ petition (civil) 670/2015 & other connected petitions:
Bench refused further extension beyond 7th October 2015 & dismissed all other interlocutory Applications. So, no more further hearing. It’s the end of AIPMT 2015 (Most happening year in PMT History).
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