- The Ministry of Education will be conducting a Central Universities Entrance Test for admissions to all undergraduate and postgraduate courses from the academic year 2022-2023. However, Aligarh Muslim University will not be taking part in this due to the case in Supreme Court against an Allahabad High Court judgement rejecting minority status to AMU.
- The Supreme Court has granted status quo to AMU and the university will be maintaining its existing admission policy as the case of minority status is sub-judice which is granted permission according to Article 30 of the constitution. Under Article 30 of the constitution, all minorities have the right to establish and administer educational institutions of their choice based on religion as well as language.
- Meanwhile, the minority status of Jamia Millia Islamia is also sub-judice and it is yet to take a decision regarding CUET due to the fact that the reserved seats for minorities will get affected and it may also skip CUET this year. AMU reserves 50% of seats for internal candidates while Jamia reserves for minority candidates.
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