Supreme Court cancels counselling for medical courses in MP

  • IANS, New Delhi
  • Updated: Sep 22, 2016 18:18 IST
The governmenThe Supreme Court on Thursday cancelled all the counselling for undergraduate medical course in Madhya Pradesh and ordered the process be held anew. (Agencies)

The Supreme Court on Thursday cancelled all the counselling for undergraduate medical course in Madhya Pradesh and ordered the process be held anew.

A bench headed by Justice Anil R Dave asked the state government to complete the process within a week.

Justice Dave asked the private medical colleges to send two of their representatives in the body that will hold centralised counselling for admission to the undergraduate courses.

The order came on a plea of contempt of court filed by the state government, which had contended that private medical colleges were not admitting students on the basis of centralised counselling being conducted by it, and were thus acting in “wilful and deliberate disobedience” of top court’s May 2 verdict.

Read more: Supreme Court orders status quo on medical counselling in MP

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