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The Madurai bench of the Madras high court bench on Monday held as invalid the admission of 150 MBBS students to a private medical college in Tiruchi in 2009-10, but directed authorities, including Medical Council of India, to provide some relief to the students considering their case sympathetically.
Dismissing a petition seeking to quash an order of MCI not to enroll the students of the Chennai Medical College and Hospital and Research Centre, an off campus institution of private SRM University (SRMU),Chennai, with Tamil Nadu MGR Medical University, Justice B. Rajendran said the admissions were made in violation of regulations. When the initial admission itself is illegal, TNMMU cannot entertain any request to ratify it, the judge said dismissing the petition filed by the college. He said the full bench of the high court had already held that when the admissions were made illegally no lenient view can be taken into consideration. The judge criticised the TNMMU for committing a grave mistake in ratifying the admission earlier and then ordering discharge of the students after getting corrigendum order from the MCI. If these things are allowed everybody can go and admit students without affiliation, he observed. The petition submitted that the SRMU wanted to set up an off-campus college in Tiruchirappalli with MCI approval, but since it was not materialising they set up the Chennai Medical College and Hospital and Research Centre with a proposal to seek affiliation under TNMMU. The MCI, after inspection, gave indent letter following which the Central Government gave its permission to the college on July 14,2009. Armed with the central governments order, the college sought affiliation from TNMMU and started the admission process.
Courtesy: Times of India
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