According to the government, the capacity of students will be increased from 250 to 300 by including five girls every six months in the first phase.
Girls in Military College: Days after girls were included in the National Defense Academy (NDA), the Supreme Court on Thursday allowed women candidates to appear in the entrance examination for the National Indian Military College (RIMC) in Dehradun, saying that the Center He has come a long way and should take one step further. A bench headed by Justice SK Kaul directed the Center to issue necessary revised advertisement in this regard within two days without changing the examination schedule. This exam will be held on December 18.Also Read – EWS Quota: Supreme Court seeks response from Center regarding EWS quota, said- what is your reasoning regarding income of Rs 8 lakh
The government has said in the affidavit filed in the court that girls will be allowed to appear in the All India Entrance Examination to be held next year for RIMC. Following the Supreme Court’s directive, the Defense Ministry said that girl students will now get admission in Rashtriya Indian Military College (RIMC) and Rashtriya Military Schools (RMS).
The Defense Ministry said, “According to an affidavit filed in the Supreme Court, there is a need to authorize additional vacancies along with other related infrastructure and administrative support. It is proposed to complete it in two phases.” Also Read – Lakhimpur Kheri Violence: Supreme Court asks for status report from UP government, asked- how many arrests have been made in the case so far?
According to the government, the capacity of students will be increased from 250 to 300 by including five girls every six months in the first phase. After this, 10 girls will be included every six months in the second phase. Due to which the capacity of the students will increase from 300 to 350. A total of 250 boys and 100 girls will be included in this. Also Read – Lakhimpur Violence: Supreme Court takes suo motu cognizance of Lakhimpur incident, CJI’s bench will hear today
Earlier, the bench said, “We would like to tell the Additional Solicitor General that the respondent has come a long way and he should take a step forward. We are of the view that six months is sufficient time for a disciplined institution like the Respondent to streamline its functioning. However, as far as Rashtriya Military School is concerned, this process will start from the academic session 2022-2023.
The apex court, taking note of the affidavit filed by the Center in the light of its order dated September 22, 2021, said, “…all the boys’ schools are going to be converted into co-educational institutions, has the respondent accepted the fact? The court said that it will have its own implications in terms of infrastructure and individual needs.
The next hearing in this case will now be held on January 18, 2022. At the outset of the hearing, Additional Solicitor General Aishwarya Bhati requested the bench to give consent to allow girls’ admission in RIMC and Rashtriya Military School from January 2023 instead of June 2022.
However, the bench refused to accept the argument and said that six months time was sufficient for the inclusion of girls in the June 2022 session. The Supreme Court is hearing a plea by advocate Kailas Uddhavrao More who has raised the issue of admitting girls in RIMC, Dehradun.