The Hon’ble Supreme Court has banned the counselling of various private medical colleges on the basis of NEET Score. Now, the admission into MBBS/BDS courses in private colleges will be done through centralized counselling. The centralized counselling will be managed by the state government concerned.
A five-judge Constitution bench, which was headed by Justice A R Dave including Justices A K Sikri, Adarsh K Goel, R K Agrawal and R Banumathi said that combined counselling will be held afresh. It also asked the state government have to complete the counselling process for both private and government colleges within a week. It also said that two representatives of the private medical colleges will contribute in the counselling procedure which will be conducted by the state government.
Earlier, the medical colleges offer the admission to the students on the basis of NEET result. The medical colleges of states have to organize their own counselling process for admission into MBBS/BDS programme. Iif any counselling has been done by any university or institution and any admission was given so far, then such admission will be cancelled forthwith. Now, the admission will be done by the concerned medical board of the state government.
The order came on a recent petition which was filled by the Madhya Pradesh government, alleging that private medical colleges refused to admit the students who were taking part in the centralized counselling being organized by it. The statement added that private medical colleges defying the Supreme Court order by organizing their own counselling for admission in MBBS and BDS courses.
Surrender of Vacant All India Quota UG Seats to Respective States/Universities
As per the scheme of AIQ UG online counselling for 15% MBBS/BDS seats, the AIQ UG seats (MBBS/BDS) of 2015, remaining vacant due to Non Joining , Resigned and Non Reporting by the allotted candidates after the completion of Round 2 All India counselling now transferred to the respective States and Universities with immediate effect. For more details you may refer to the below notification.