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Context: Recently the Supreme Court has upheld reservations for Other Backward Classes (OBCs) and Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) in medical seats for the All-India Quota (AIQ).
How does one’s domicile influences access to social justice when it comes to medical seats?
First, 85% of the seats for Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) degrees are reserved for candidates from within the state itself and the rest of the seats are listed under the All-India Quota (AIQ).
Second, there are state-level differences that cause a disproportionate distribution of benefits.
Three, reservation criterion also matters a lot. For instance, 97.2% of Tamil Nadu’s population is categorized as OBC, SC, or ST and it has reserved 69% of its MBBS seats for them. In Bihar, the total proportion of the OBC, SC, and ST population is nearly 79.8%, and it has reserved half its MBBS seats for them.
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