High Court proposes Supreme Court disposes. This phrase looks appropriate for Tamil Nadu State
Tamil Nadu government, as well as the MBBS aspirants of Tamil Nadu; is repeated losing the battle of removing NEET from Tamil Nadu.
The bills adopted by Tamil Nadu though passed in assembly, could not get President’s nod until today.
High Court of Tamil Nadu has ordered to stop the NEET result from being declared on June 8, 2017.
Yet again, Supreme Court stays the High Court interim order and orders CBSE to declare NEET-UG 2017 results by June 26, 2017.
Here again, the Tamil Nadu High Court proposes only to be disposed of by Supreme Court.
High Court proposes Supreme Court disposes – DME to release prospectus for MBBS admissions
Thus, the Director of Medical Education cannot help but release the prospectus for admission into MBBS course; along with the issue of applications as soon as the state government issues orders.
The next step of Directorate of Medical Education is to conduct counseling as per the merit list; sent by the CBSE prepared NEET qualified candidates of Tamil Nadu.
The politicians, the NGOs and various custodians of the rights of the Tamil Nadu MBBS aspirants; are trying to protect the aspirations of the state of Tamil Nadu.
The state government of Tamil Nadu even tried the judicial route to help the MBBS aspirants of Tamil Nadu. However, we all know that nobody is above law.
Hence the highest court of Tamil Nadu had to follow the order of the highest court of India.
The consequence of the release of the prospectus by DME followed by issuing of application for admission into MBBS course in Tamil Nadu.
Hence the phrase “High Court proposes Supreme Court disposes”. Apt for Tamil Nadu.