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Goi nominee's admission in controversy

delhi Updated: Sep 28, 2011 00:21 IST
Mallica Joshi

Raising questions about the admission of a student in Indraprastha University's Vardhaman Mahavir Medical College, the Delhi Pradesh General Kalyan Morcha has filed a complaint with the CBI, demanding an inquiry into the admission of a girl in the medical college as a Government of India (GoI) nominee.

According to the complainant, the student had scored only 155 marks out of 600 in the entrance test and had not passed for the exam.

The GoI nominees are from areas where there are no professional colleges. These candidates are nominated directly by the government and are not mandated to take the entrance.

The complaint also alleges that the student's father is a doctor at a prominent west Delhi hospital and that she doesn't fulfil any of the criteria. "All these admissions are made by the government. We just have to ensure that their Class XII marksheets are correct," said a senior GGSIPU official.