Wednesday, September 28, 2016

SC doesn't intervene in state’s medical entrance

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court did not intervene in the medical and dental admissions of the state. The court said they are not intervening as the admission procedures for the course have been completed. The admissions were held with the permission of the government. A division bench of the court clarified that if they intervene again it would affect the students’ future. Meantime, the apex court cancelled the provision of the high court verdict permitting managements to conduct admissions on their own.

The court who directed to implement unified counselling in vacant seats stated that the high court can decide things related to that. A division bench led by Justices A K Sikri and Nageswara Rao passed the verdict on centre’s plea seeking cancellation of the High Court order permitting private self-financing medical colleges to hold counselling for admission to medical seats on their own. Meantime, private managements informed the Supreme Court that admissions have been completed.

Meanwhile, the Supreme Court directed for combined counselling for all unfilled medical seats in Maharashtra. Deemed universities have been exempted from it this year. The order was passed on centre’s plea against the order of Bombay High Court order permitting private medical colleges in Maharashtra to conduct admissions on their own.

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