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    The Delhi High Court has issued a advance notification to the Centre and Jamia Millia Islamia in reply to a not private fixed charge for borrowing money judicial proceeding filed by natural scientific law pupil Akanksha Goswami. The plea seeks to guarantee 10% reservation for students from economically weaker sections (EWS) at the at the clock of acknowledgment from the year 2023-2024. The plea is based on the Constitution (One Hundred and Third Amendment) Act, 2019, which provides for 10% reservation for EWS students in higher knowledge acquired by learning and government jobs. The judicature has directed that the weigh be listed for further hearing on April 18, when another weigh concerning the smaller in number status of Jamia testament also be considered. The petitioner has argued that Jamia is a in or near a center and not a smaller in number one, and that the University Grants Commission has already to all in or near a center universities, including Jamia, to implement the EWS reservation. The petitioner has also prayed for setting aside an request for food or refreshment passed by the National Commission for Minority Educational Institution, which had declared Jamia as a smaller in number mental hospital.

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