Medical Aspirant? Planning to study Medical Course in Maharashtra colleges?We have a news for you. Following the orders of Mumbai High Court from the next academic session of 2016-17 private unaided, minority, medical and dental universities all over the Maharashtra will not entertain the applications of students who belong to the outstation states of India.
Thousands of students who live in rural states of India, migrate Mumbai every year to pursue Medical Courses. After getting affected by this order a Petition was filed against this. But Mumbai High Court refuses to change it and remained strictly on the order.
The panel of judges, Chief Justice Manjula Chellur and Justice MS Sonak strictly denied discontinuing the order on the basis of Maharashtra Unaided Professional Educational Institutions (Regulation of Admissions and Fees) Act, 2015 act.
Colleges will also face huge monetary losses because of this order.
Here’s a rundown of Petitioners
- Name: Mahatma Gandhi Vidya Mandir Trust
This trust governs a Dental College in Nashik. They filed a plea against the regulation of Domicile Certification. Now it’s mandatory for students to show their Domicile Certificate at the time of admission.
- Name: PA Inamdar
Chairman of education trust which runs a minority unaided dental college in Pune, he also pleads against the same domicile regulation which is now a mandatory part of the admission procedure. He even said this order will lead to a downfall in the number of applications this year.