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HC upholds interim admissions granted to MBBS course

15 Nov 2017 06:18am IST

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15 Nov 2017 06:18am IST

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PANJIM: The High Court of Bombay at Goa on Tuesday upheld the interim admission granted to medical students of Goa Medical College (GMC), who applied after the cutoff date this year. The Court observed that confusing prospectus cannot cause prejudice to meritorious students.

Following an interim order of the High Court, 110 students had applied after Directorate of Technical Education’s (DTE) cutoff date of May 26, 2017 seeking admission in MBBS, BDS, BAMS and BHMS courses, while the merit list was already decided by DTE. 

On the basis of NEET scores and rankings, out of 110 students, 11 students 

got admissions in the provisional merit list while 11 students from the original merit list got rejected in the provisional merit list.

Of 11 students, six had filed intervention applications before the HC, as they could not get admissions due to admissions of late applicants.

The petitioner students, who applied after the cutoff date, are claiming admission contending that the cutoff date was before the NEET result while five intervener students had challenged the admissions accepted after the cutoff date. 

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