The Delhi High Court today flayed the Guru Govind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU) for not conducting the entrance test for 2010 for a post-graduate course in medical science, as per the Indian Medical Council (IMC) Act and for creating confusion among students.
A Division Bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justice Manmohan also asked the Centre not to enhance the number of seats and allot the same to the state quota.
"We require the University to be well-guided and remain within the framework of IMC Act. We expect the erstwhile Medical Council to make its position clear so that this kind of confusion does not occur," the Bench said.
The Bench was hearing a batch of petitions filed by students who were not able to qualify the common entrance test 2010-11, challenging the single judge’s order to the GGSIP University to hold the second entrance test on April 30.