The Jammu and Kashmir government is prone to conjure its extraordinary status to sidestep the obligatory National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) for restorative courses, which pulled in sharp responses in the State.
Instruction NewsCommissioner Secretary, Law, Muhammad Ashraf Mir, said the Supreme Court had acknowledged the State's application looking for exception from the NEET. The case would be heard on Tuesday.
"The State will conjure Articles 370 and 35 (A) to challenge the use of NEET for restorative courses," said Minister for Law and Parliamentary Affairs Abdul Haq Khan.
As of late, the zenith court decided that the NEET would be the main test held for admission to restorative courses in the nation.
In any case, the Board of Professional Entrance Examinations (BOPEE), which conducts passageway tests, is currently confused whether to proceed with the planned examination for nearby schools in the second week of May.
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The utilization of the NEET framework in J&K is liable to convey a conclusion to the 50 for each penny booking for young lady understudies in expert examinations.
"The NEET augmentation to universities inside the State is not to our greatest advantage. There are unfriendly ramifications that the State government appears to have been totally ignorant of," said National Conference commonplace president Nasir Aslam Wani, sideways alluding to the exceptional status.
Sources said J&K kept on having instruction under the State list than in the simultaneous rundown. The Center's revision, which acquired training the simultaneous rundown for whatever is left of the nation, has not been consolidated by the State.
Administrator Hakim Muhmmad Yasin depicted the use of the SC administering in the State as "an immediate assault on the believability of Article 370."