MEDICAL COUNCIL OF INDIA Vs. HARSHITHA
SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
MEDICAL COUNCIL OF INDIA
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(1.) We have heard the learned counsel appearing for the parties.
(2.) Upon perusal of the record, it is crystal clear that admission given to the students concerned to MBBS course
was conditional. The fact with regard to conditional
admission, which was dependent upon the final outcome of
the writ petition, was duly informed to the students, as one
can see from the admission letter issued to the students.
(3.) In the aforestated circumstances, the students concerned do not have any right to continue their studies in the same
college or to get admission in any other college. Moreover,
many of them have not passed the requisite examination of
NEET, which is very much necessary to get admission to
MBBS course. Needless to say that it would be open to those
students, who are qualified to get admission on the basis of
their performance in NEET, to get admission elsewhere and
they must have participated in the counseling.;
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