150 MBBS Students of Kannur Medical College admissions cancelled by J M James Admission Supervisory Committee. These students had taken MBBS admission in the academic year 2016-17.
The parents are making all efforts to help their wards to reverse the revoking of cancellation of the Admission Supervisory Committee.
It is absolutely not fair on the part of the authorities to cancel the MBBS admissions of the 150 students in Kerala.
This has jeopardized the career of 150 students of Kannur Medical College in Anjarakandy Kerala.
The J.M. James Admission Supervisory Committee in 2016-17 has within their rights and rules have every power to revoke the MBBS admissions of the 150 MBBS students.
However, in what way, should we blame the students.
The parents and students must have followed what the medical college authorities directed them.
For this the Admission Supervisory Committee, need to task of the medical college authorities and let the students go scot free, because they are in mistake.
The students were having NEET good score and took admission in Kannur Medical College. So in what way, why should cancel their medical admission.
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Rules are there for the good of the community and people.
Sometimes rules are suppose to break for the good of the students.
Hence, request to the regulating authorities and the courts of India, please do the needful; by not canceling the admissions of the MBBS students of Kannur Medical College.
Dear, parents and students, you need not worry of this temporary cancelling by the admission supervisory committee.
They ought to reverse their decision of revoke; and will allow you soon to get back to your MBBS classes in Kannur Medical College.
Just relax, till you get a call back to resume your daily attending of classes and studies in the above said medical college.
150 MBBS students of Kannur Medical College admissions cancelled by the authorities; needs to consider the revoking keeping the future of the MBBS students career in mind.