Jabalpur, Aug 4 (UNI) The Madhya Pradesh High Court has issued notice to the Secretary (Medical Education) on a petition challenging admission of students scoring less marks in the Dental and Medical Admission Test (DMAT) to private medical colleges.
Hearing a petition filed by Ankita Dikshit and Harshita Sharma, a division bench comprising Justice Deepak Mishra and Justice K S Chouhan issued notices to the Secretary (Medical Education), the Association of Private Dental and Medical Colleges, Madhya Pradesh, committee that decides admission fee in the state and the Medical Council of India.
Petitioner's counsel Aditya Singhi told the court that Ankita and Harshita had scored 1,147 and 1,355 rank respectively but were allotted seat for dental syllabus although students scoring less rank had been allotted seat for medical syllabus. Hence, both should be allotted medical seats.
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