THE MP High Court here today directed Justice Chandresh Bhushan Committee to hear grievances of four students who were denied admission by the private colleges, after they cleared DMAT - 2006.
The court asked the Judge’s Committee to settle their (students) complaints within two months from the date of receipt of complaints from the petitioner students.
With this, a division bench comprising Chief Justice A K Patnaik and Justice R S Jha disposed of a bunch of petitions filed by Chandrkant Dubey, Deepika Patel, Vasudha Mishra and Ankit Sahay with direction that they should put up their grievance before the Judge’s Committee.
The court ordered that in case the students are aggrieved by the order of the Judge’s Committee, they are free to challenge it in the court by way of filing a writ petition.
All the four students had qualified DMAT 2006 conducted by the Association of Private Dental and Medical Colleges of Madhya Pradesh, but were denied admission to MBBS course. The private colleges allegedly demanded bank guarantee of Rs 10 lakh from one petitioner while others were denied admissions for invalid reasons. The petitioners told the HC that the students who had scored lesser marks than them were admitted to private colleges.