Now, the precious seat in a professional course will not go waste
A student dropping out in the middle of a professional course
can be barred from taking admission in the same course again till completion of
the programme because it results in wastage of a precious seat and opportunity
for another meritorious candidate, the Delhi high court has said.
A bench of justices Rajiv Sahai Endlaw and G. P. Mittal upheld the decision of Guru
Gobind Singh Indraprastha University refusing to induct a candidate in post graduate
in medicine on the ground that he had dropped out in the previous academic year.
The court dismissed the plea of Dr. Muveen Kumar who had challenged the University's
decision to debar him from taking admission. His plea was earlier dismissed by a
single judge bench order of the high court.
The single judge had said such an embargo is in larger public interest so that the
precious seat in the Post Graduate Medical Course does not go waste.
Courtesy: Times of India