STATE OF MADHYA PRADESH Vs. JAINARAYAN CHOUKSEY
SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
STATE OF MADHYA PRADESH
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(1.) We have heard the learned counsel for the parties at length. We observe that mandate of our judgment was to hold centralised entrance test
followed by centralised state counselling by the State to make it a one
composite process. We, therefore, direct that admission to all medical
seats shall be conducted by centralised counselling only by the State
Government and none else.
(2.) If any counselling has been done by any College or University and any admission to any medical seat has been given so far, such admission shall
stand cancelled forthwith and admission shall be given only as per
centralised counselling done by the State Government.
(3.) We may note at this stage that the State Government has done the first counselling. However, the learned Additional Solicitor General has made a
statement at the Bar that the State Government is ready to undertake the
entire process afresh and assures that it would be completed by 30th
September, 2016 which is the last date for admission. We also feel that
it is a proper course of action inasmuch as it will enable the private
institutions to send their representatives at the place of counselling as
per the information which may be displayed by the counselling authority
forthwith at its website. We place on record an assurance given by the
learned ASG that all seats, whether of Government Colleges or the private
institutions, shall be filled up and no seat shall remain vacant.;
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