THE COMPLAINTS of some aspirants regarding irregularities in admission to private medical and dental college (for session 2006-07) are finally likely to be resolved on Wednesday with a meeting of Judge’s Committee for monitoring of admissions to private professional colleges scheduled for this day.
The issue of alleged irregularities regarding admissions to students on NRI quota at these colleges would also be discussed during the meeting. The meeting will be chaired by Justice Chandresh Bhushan.
About 22 students had filed petition in the MP High Court regarding irregularities in the admissions conducted in the private medical and dental colleges under the aegis of the Association of Private Dental and Medical Colleges (APDMC) of MP. The state government had clubbed these cases with its petition against the DMAT-2006 in Supreme Court, upon which the SC had directed the High Court to resolve the matter. Consequently the Judge’s Committee was directed to look into the complaints.
During the last two months, the committee heard the students’ cases and had served a notice on the basis of complaints to the APDMC. The APDMC has filed its reply before the committee and during Wednesday’s meeting the committee would probably come to a final decision. Sources said that the colleges might be asked to admit some of the students if their cases were found genuine.
Committee Chairman Justice Chandresh Bhushan told Hindustan Times that efforts would be made to resolve the matter on Wednesday.
NRI Students: The issue of the complaints against some irregular admissions under Non-Resident India (NRI) quota in the private dental and medical colleges will also come up for discussion at the meeting.