Six Puducherry medical schools requested to pay Rs 30 lakh fine- The New Indian Specific


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CHENNAI: The Madras Excessive Court docket on Wednesday ordered six medical schools in Puducherry to collectively pay Rs 30 lakh tremendous for flouting the Medical Council of India (MCI) laws and never following the Central Admission Committee (CENTAC) advantage record whereas admitting college students to postgraduate medical programs in 2017. The court docket additionally upheld the MCI’s orders to cancel admission of 65 college students, who have been chosen by unlawful strategies.

The case pertains to the admission of candidates to PG Medical (diploma and diploma) programs for the educational yr 2017-18 by CENTAC. Nonetheless, with out approval of the CENTAC and Puducherry authorities, the establishments admitted college students unilaterally after acquiring money quantities from them. The MCI had subsequently cancelled the admissions.

Justice Anand Venkatesh handed the orders in a batch of pleas moved by the establishments and college students difficult the MCI order. All college students have accomplished the three yr programs and are awaiting their ultimate examination outcomes. “The scholars’ outcomes will probably be topic to the ruling in these petitions. To an extent, this court docket additionally ought to take the blame in delaying the listening to,” he added.

The MCI through the listening to argued that the candidates’ admission was in complete violation of laws and no fairness could be claimed by them. All admissions are liable to be terminated, the council’s counsel added. The decide noticed, “The respective establishments are liable to pay for the doubtful strategies adopted by them in filling seats unilaterally at the price of denying admission to candidates who appeared on the advantage record and have been allotted seats by the CENTAC.”



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