Supreme Court rejects Centre’s plea to allow women in NDA exam from 2022
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Supreme Court rejects Centre’s plea to allow women in NDA exam from 2022

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September 22, 2021

The Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected the Centre’s plea to allow women to sit for the National Defence Academy (NDA) exams from next year, saying it doesn’t want women to be denied their right. They will be able to sit for the exams in November this year.


New Delhi, 22 September2021

As per news report of The Indian Express,a bench headed by Justice S K Kaul said it will be difficult to accept the prayer “in view of the aspirations of the candidates willing to take the exam”. The bench also comprising of 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.”Asking the government to work out something, Justice Kaul remarked: “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.”

Source - The Indian Express

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