Mumbai Days after the Supreme Courtroom stayed a current Bombay excessive courtroom (HC) order to start out admissions to 100 seats at Dhule-based ACPM Medical School, college students are a nervous wreck.
Whereas state officers are attempting to salvage the matter at current, a voice of help has now come from the Maharashtra College of Well being Sciences (MUHS) clarifying that college students won’t be affected by this transfer.
“Those that already have admission to the school will proceed learning there. Nevertheless, if we do get orders, we’ll accommodate such college students by shifting them to different medical schools,” stated a senior official from MUHS and added that ‘college students won’t face any hurt’.
This situation first got here to mild when the state widespread entrance check (CET) cell–responsible for conducting admissions to authorities and personal medical schools, didn’t allot 100 seats from ACPM Dhule within the first spherical of seat allotment on February 1 this yr for the 2021-22 educational yr. MUHS officers had clarified that pending courtroom proceedings, these seats can’t be added to the admissions record.
This educational yr, administration of ACPM Dhule had sought a rise of fifty seats (above the 100 seats it already has approval for) and this was adopted by an inspection by the Nationwide Medical Fee (NMC). The inspection, nonetheless, revealed that the hospital connected to the non-public medical faculty was not geared up with an operation theatre and subsequently, the NMC had despatched present trigger discover to the institute demanding why their title shouldn’t be faraway from the admissions record.
The institute had approached the Bombay excessive courtroom and on March 4, the HC gave an interim order and allowed the institute to confess college students. NMC challenged this order within the SC and final week, SC stayed the Bombay HC order, leaving the way forward for 100 college students in limbo.
Repeated makes an attempt to contact officers from ACPM Dhule went unanswered.