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OBC cut-off: SC defers hearing

The Supreme Court did not go into the issue of sorting out discrepancies arising out of implementation of 27 per cent quota.

Written by Press Trust Of India | New Delhi |
July 2, 2011 3:05:12 am

The Supreme Court on Friday did not go into the issue of sorting out discrepancies arising out of implementation of 27 per cent quota for admission of OBC candidates in central universities and said the clarification has already been given by the Constitution Bench which had upheld its validity in 2008.

A vacation Bench of the court,however,left the matter to be heard on July 4 by another Bench headed by Justice R V Raveendran which has been seized with a petition against the Delhi HC order which said the cut-off for OBC should be 10 per cent less than the minimum eligible marks for general category.

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