Supreme Court has upheld Allahabad High Court judgment quashing Uttar Pradesh government order to provide 30 per cent reservation in admissions to post-graduate medical courses to those doctors in government service who have served in rural areas. 
A bench headed by Chief Justice TS Thakur, however, held that "incentive marks" of up to 30 per cent of total marks can be awarded to "eligible in-service" doctors in admission tests, if they have served in rural areas.
The judgement came on a batch of petitions including those filed against the High Court verdict.
The High Court had quashed the government order, issued on February 28, 2014 by which 30 per cent seats in post-graduate degree courses in medicine and other disciplines were reserved for in-service candidates who had three years or more of rural service in notified and difficult areas.

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