The Supreme Court on Wednesday denied the center's request to allow women to take the National Defense Academy (NDA) exam starting next year because it did not want women to take the National Defense Academy (NDA) exams. ). Law. You can take the exam this November.From Richter S.K. Kaul run bench said it was hard to accept prayers“in view of the aspirations of the candidates willing to take the exam”.
The bench also comprising Justice B R Gavai said that the “Armed Forces have seen far emergent situations both at the border and in the country” and the court is “sure such training will come handy here.”Judge Kaul urged the government to find a solution, noting: “what answer would we have for the students who are on the Anvil of taking the exam? Don’t ask us to effectively vacate the order.
You go on with the exercise. Let us see the result and see how many get it.”“We will not packet the order passed by us. After we have given them hope, we don’t want to deny them,” the bench said, citing the preliminary ruling of Aug. 18 that would allow candidates to take the exams scheduled for this year.
The court added that the attorney will define Kush Kalra's evidence in the situations. Kalra had filed a complaint to allow eligible candidates to take the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) NDA exams.Although the center initially identified it as a political issue, the court refused to accept it because the policy was based on gender discrimination. Then, after talking to service providers, the government agreed to include female candidates in the NDA, but prayed until May 2022 to make arrangements.
Sources:- the Indian express
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