The 208 MBBS students of Uttar Pradesh get Lucknow Bench Verdict. It‘s time for celebration for clearing the path of the future (careers) doctors of Uttar Pradesh.
Hats off! High Court Bench. Muskraiye! Aap Lucknow Mein Hain!
Congrats to Saraswati Medical College, Venkateshwara Institute and Krishnamohan Medical College of Uttar Pradesh for getting a verdict in students favor.
Come on! Sometimes even the regulatory agencies like MCI can go wrong.
I believe that the Lucknow bench of the High Court has absolutely given a right decision.
This saves the careers of MBBS students of the above mentioned medical colleges.
Or else careers of 208 MBBS students future would have been in jeopardy.
Nobody is above law. The justice though little delayed but at least there was no denial.
MBBS students of Uttar Pradesh get Lucknow Bench Verdict of High Court
The only mistake said to be committed by these 3 medical colleges that students were admitted to the colleges by conducting counseling themselves ; instead of the Centralized Counseling SGPG which was organized in Lucknow.
This is true, but the rule was not broken by these 3 medical colleges, but the procedure adopted was different.
Like, these 3 medical colleges conducted their counseling; but selected NEET qualified candidates on merit. That too on the date and as per rules fixed by Medical Council of India.
Later, sent the list of selected candidates to Director General of Medical Education; before the last date set by Medical Council of India.
However, DGME did not include the names of these students in their admission list; citing the reason that these students admission was not through Centralized Counseling in Lucknow.
A very valid point has come to the fore; that due to the administrative mistakes of a human, it should not obstruct the career of meritorious students.
Thus; we have total faith in our judiciary, which always comes to the rescue by providing justice to us by this exemplary verdict.
Hence the favorable news; 200 MBBS students of Uttar Pradesh get Lucknow bench verdict saving the career of the future doctors.