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107 MBBS admission cancelled of NRI students in MP

107 MBBS admission cancelled of NRI students in MP

Jabalpur: The admission of 107 students who took admission in the MBBS course in 2017-18 academic session under NRI (non-resident Indian) quota fraudulently in Madhya Pradesh has been cancelled.

Madhya Pradesh Director of Medical Education submitted the information during the hearing of a petition before the High Court.

A division bench of Justices R S Jha and Nandita Dubey while expressing dissatisfaction over the examination of admissions carried out during the mop-up round, issued directives to re-examine these admissions. The next date of hearing has been fixed on December 11.

Petitions filed Khandwa-resident Priyanshu Agrawal and four others stated that non-eligible students who secured less marks and who do not have a domicile in the state had been provided admissions in private medical colleges in violation of rules during the mock-up round.

Source: UNI
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  1. I presume Ms Thakur that the word mock up must be spelt Mop up and not as mentioned.

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    Balbhadra Dhagat December 1, 2017, 1:40 pm

    MCI, MP Government/Director Medical Education & Private Medical College operators have lured & trapped these hapless aspirants. In the past, similar irregularities were the order of day. It had to be stopped at some point of time.