“We told the Additional Solicitor General that the respondent has walked a mile and has to go one step further. We believe that six months is enough for an orderly organization like the respondent to sort out their issues.
The Supreme Court has made it clear that this will apply to those concerned. However, in the case of state military schools, the process will begin with the 2022-2023 academic year.
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The apex court read out the affidavit filed on behalf of the Union of India as per the order dated September 22, 2021 and said, “The titles, the truth is that all the boys’ schools are going to become co-educational institutions, the respondent has accepted something.”
The court said it would have its own implications for infrastructure and personal needs.
“One of our warnings is that what is being proposed is that girls will be allowed to take the entrance exam scheduled for June 2022, which will allow them to enter in January 202 and increase their strength with a phased schedule.” 2028, ”the bench said.
The bench said that the procedure and how it should be implemented, “we leave it up to the respondent”.
The matter is now scheduled for the next hearing on January 18, 2022.
Initially, Additional Solicitor General w Shabriya Bhati informed the bench comprising Justice MM Sundaresh that preparations for the December 18, 2021 examination are already at an advanced stage.
Bhati sought approval from the bench that girls in RIMC and state military schools would not start from January 2023 and would be allowed from June 2022.
The bench, however, refused to accept the submission and said that six months was enough to prepare for the inclusion of girls in the June 2022 session.
“You’re effectively suspending everything. Why do you want to suspend for a year? You’ll have six months,” the bench said.
The ASG told the bench that the last date for submission of applications is October 30, 2021 and the examination is scheduled for December 18, 2021.
The apex court, however, said, “We are not saying that there is no difficulty.”
The apex court had earlier directed the Center to file an affidavit within two weeks regarding the inclusion of girls in the RIMC in Dehradun, saying the matter could not be delayed any further.
Supreme Court Advocate Kailash Udhavrao was also hearing the petition filed by Moray, who had raised the issue of entry of girls in RIMC Dehradun.
Earlier in July, the Supreme Court had said that as far as RIMC was concerned, it had said it was a 99-year-old institution that would turn 100 next year.
“The question is whether it’s completing its 100th year with gender neutrality!” The apex court said. PTI PKS SA
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