On 7th December India’s highest judicial body, the Supreme Court coordinated a medical college in Telangana to pay Rs 10 lakh as remuneration to a doctor who was wrongly denied entrance into the postgraduate medical course in the medical college.
Supreme Court’s 3 judge bench declared that medical college unpardonable as in spite of paying the charges of the postgraduate medical course, the bothered understudy MS Koumudi was denied confirmation that prompted the passing of a valuable academic year. The 3 judge bench headed by Justice Lavu Nageswara Rao guided the pay to be paid in about a month and requested that the medical college designate a seat for the said understudy in MS course for the following academic year.
The medical college that cossets this demonstration was the Kamineni Academy of Medical Science and Research Centre, Telangana. On 11 August, The medical college has likewise discovered the suspect in topping off the seat, temporarily offered to Koumudi, with an individual positioned 2000 spot ranks beneath in the merit list. The 3 judge bench pondered that the medical college was compelled by a sense of honor to initially contact Koumudi and on her refusal, offer the seat to the following inline on the merit list.
Recording its dismay with the medical college, the 3 judge bench stated that, “The way in which Respondent No.2-School acted in denying admission to Respondent No.1 understudy and offering admission to Respondent No.5 on 11 august is unfortunate. The Administrations of the Medical Colleges are not expected to enjoy such illicit acts in creation admissions to the postgraduate medical course.”
Luckily, the situation of the understudy was perceived even by the Telangana High Court where Koumudi had drawn nearer. The Telangana High Court coordinated the National Medical Commission and medical college to dispense an extra seat to the understudy in this scholastic year. The National Medical Commission moved to the apex court against this request as it will bring about making extra seats in the medical college.
The Telengana High Court concurred with National Medical Commission, It stated, “The yearly admission limit is fixed by the National Medical Commission which needs to carefully follow. Admissions to medical colleges can’t be allowed to be made past the authorized yearly admission limit of a medical college as has been more than once held by this High Court. ”