State government to check the Govt aided schools managed by the District Revenue / Administrative Department. The Madurai bench of Madras High Court has asked the state government to check whether the govt aided schools managed by the District Revenue / Administrative Department can be given the benefit of the Tamil Nadu Law 34 of 2020, given the 7.5% reservation for government school students Who qualifies next. 

Look after Govt aided schools, HC tells the state

The court while hearing an appeal that was preferred by the state against the order of a single bench held that the govt aided school in the Thanjavur district came in the sense of the government school given the fact that it was managed by the District Revenue / Administrative Department to allow petitions submitted by medical studies aspirant D. Arun from Thanjavur district.

The single bench argued that the school comes in the Ambit of the Government school definition under the admission of Tamil Nadu to undergraduate programs in medicine, dentistry, Indian medicine, and homeopathy with preferential for students of government school law, 2020 because it is managed by the government department.

The state delivered that the school in Thanjavur cannot be referred to as a government school and there are other Govt Aided schools placed in the state. Judge Division Bench M.M. Sundresh and S. Ananthi recorded the submission of the state government and observed that the state had to make calls about this problem so there was clarity from the next academic year.

Mr. Arun secured admission to Sivagajai Government Medical College in accordance with the order of a single bench. The court said that it did not want to cancel the relief provided by a single bench. Candidates have joined medical courses and therefore will not be feasible at this stage to allow the appeal, the court said and dismissed the application.

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