Counselling on for med PG courses
The Supreme Court on Thursday gave the go ahead for counselling for the all India quota in postgraduate medical courses to begin from April 21.education Updated: Apr 14, 2006 10:43 IST
The Supreme Court on Thursday gave the go ahead for counselling for the all
India quota in postgraduate medical courses to begin from April 21.
The court gave its decision after the government said that irregularity pertaining to the entrance exam was found from the Chennai centre.
A Bench headed by Justice KG Balakrishnan was informed by the Medical Council of India (MCI) that a detailed schedule about the counselling will be placed before the court on Monday.
Additional Solicitor General Gopal Subrahmaniam placed before the Bench the CBI report stating that there were concrete evidence against the 20 students from Chennai for allegedly indulging in unfair means.
Subrahmaniam informed the court that those 20 students have been disqualified from the exams and a fresh merit list was being prepared.
He said there was suspicion regarding the Delhi centre but not adequate evidence was found.
Subrahmaniam said that the examination would not be cancelled as the irregularities were confined to Chennai only.
First Published: Apr 14, 2006 10:43 IST