Thursday, July 29, 2021

Now 27 percent reserve for OBC and 10 percent reserve for students in medical section

27 percent reserve for OBC and 10 percent reserve for students 

Of the economically weaker section in medical admission, the government approved

The central government has approved the reserve for the OBC and students of the economically weaker sections in admission to medical schools. Now, in the admission of graduate medicine courses, that is, MBBS, BDS and postgraduate, at the diploma level, a 27 percent reserve will be given to students of Other Delayed Classes, that is, OBC (Other Delayed Classes ), while a 10 percent reserve will be given to students from economically weaker sections. The current decision will be applicable from the current academic session 2021-22 under the All India Reserve Plan.

Explain that the demand for OBC reservation in the All India quota seats for medical admission was long ago. Anupriya Patel and other OBC MPs and ministers led by Union Minister of Labor and Environment Bhupendra Yadav, Union Minister of Steel RCP Singh, met Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the issue on Wednesday. These Union ministers had drawn the government's attention to the discrepancy in the reservation.

Previously, no reservations were being given to CBOs on the All India quota related to admission to medical colleges. In this All India quota related to admission to medical colleges, only reservations were being given to SC-ST. On this issue, the OBC parliamentarians raised the demand for change.

Under the leadership of BJP MP Ganesh Singh, OBC MPs had demanded a reservation on the All India quota related to medical admission. The CBO MPs had asked Prime Minister Modi that the reservation system for CBOs and EWSs (Economically Weakest Sections) set out in the Constitution be also implemented in the all-India quota related to medical admission.

Prime Minister Modi has called this move a reform related to social justice. He tweeted that our government has made a historic decision to provide a 27 percent reserve for OBC and a 10 percent reserve for the economically weaker sections in the All India Quota Scheme in postgraduate medical or dental courses and graduate of the current academic session. This decision will mark a new paradigm of social justice in our country.

When giving information about this decision, the Union Ministry of Health said that it will benefit about 5,550 students. The central government undertakes to provide adequate reserve for students from the OBC and from the economically weaker sections. This decision is believed to benefit approximately 1,500 MBBS OBC students and approximately 2,500 OBC graduate students each year. Similarly, around 550 students from economically weaker sections at MBBS and around 1000 graduate students will benefit.

In an official statement issued by the Union Health Ministry, PM Narendra Modi, in a meeting on Monday, was said to have ordered the central ministries concerned to effectively resolve this long-pending issue. . Following this decision, OBC students across the country will now be able to get the benefit of this booking under the All India Booking Scheme in any state. After the decision of the central government, the central list related to OBC will be used for this reservation.

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