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    Court orders Private Medical & Dental Colleges to pay Rs 20 lakh fine for each wrongful admission

    The famous controversy over the unlawful admission of 206 students to private medical and dental institutes have finally been resolved with the Pravesh Niyantran Samiti, the quasi-judiciary authority, ordering the private institutions to pay Rs 20 lakh fine for each wrongful admission.

    The Samiti also mentioned in its written order that the amount of the penalty shall be paid by the defaulting institutions within a period of four weeks from the date of publication of these minutes on the official website of the Samiti. The Samiti recommends that, “The amount of penalty paid by these institutions should be forwarded to the state government. The Samiti feels it is appropriate in this regard that at least a part of the amount be utilised for drought relief work.” This order was passed in a meeting on October 15. Terna Medical College at Navi Mumbai has been fined 2 crore for 10 Students, Terna Dental College has been fined over 3 crore for 18 students, MIMER Medical college at Talegaon Dabhade, Pune has been fined over 1 crore for six students, Dr Vasantrao Pawar Medical College Nashik college fined over a crore for nine students.

     

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    Court orders Private Medical & Dental Colleges to pay Rs 20 lakh fine for each wrongful admission

    Maruti Navale’ Kashibai Navale Medical College at Pune is fined 1 crore 40 lakh for seven students.

    Ulhas Patil medical college at Jalgaon is fined with 3 crore, 80 lakh for 19 students. N K P Salve Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, Nagpur, is fined with 2 crore 20 lakh for admitting 11 students, Ashwini Rural Medical College, Solapur, was fined with 1crore 40 lakh for seven students.

    Institute of Medical Sciences, Satara is fined with 7 crore 60 lakhs for 38 students. YMT Dental College, Navi Mumbai, was fined with 3 crore 40 lakh for 17 students. Shivtej Arogya Seva Sanstha Yogita Dental College, Khed, Ratnagiri was fined 2 crore 60 lakh for 13 students, Sinhgad Dental College, Pune, was fined with 7 crore for 35 students. KBH Dental college, Nashik is fined with 3 crore 20 lakh for 16 students.

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    Court orders Private Medical & Dental Colleges to pay Rs 20 lakh fine for each wrongful admission

    The Samiti had already passed a resolution on September 15 requesting the Health University to withhold the affiliation of these collegesinstitutions for the academic year 2016-17 until the resolution of the Samiti are complied to by them.

    But the complaining parents are not fully satisfied. “We are firm in our demand that these admissions be cancelled and admissions to the students who were rightfully entitled,” said an aggrieved parent who fought the legal battle for this case.

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    Court orders Private Medical & Dental Colleges to pay Rs 20 lakh fine for each wrongful admission

    The Samiti had received several complaints from students in relation to admissions to private unaided medical and dental colleges during the 2012-13 academic year, that a large number of illegalities had been committed while admitting students in post second CAP round admissions. The state government had also appointed committees to hold the enquiry. Reports of those committees were placed before the Samiti. Meanwhile, the petitions filed by the students whose admissions were disapproved continued to remain pending in the High Court and because of the interim order passed by it, those students continued to continue their further studies. In this situation a letter dated September 2 was received by the Samiti from the state government.

    The meeting was attended by member of the Samiti Dr Ravi Bapat, Dr M S Kekre, member-secretary Medha Gadgil, Medical Education and Research director Dr P H Shingare and retired IAS P E Gaikwad.

    Source : Mumbaimirror

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