April 26, 2014 at 2:53 PM #1996
Dr. Paresh KoliKeymaster
Verdict of court case of Karnataka CET 2014 is out on Hon’ble Supreme Court website.
Important text in the verdict is as follows
“In the result, we allow the writ petitions, declare sub-clause 13 (a) of clause 2.1 of the two Information Bulletins for post graduate medical and dental courses for PGET-2014 as ultra-vires Article 14 of the Constitution and null and void. The respondent will now publish fresh Information Bulletins and do the admissions to the post graduate medical and dental courses in the Government colleges as well as the State quota of the private colleges in accordance with the law by the end of June, 2014 on the basis of the results of the Entrance Test already held. We also order that the general time schedule for counselling and admissions to post graduate Medical Courses in our order dated 14.03.2014 in Dr. Fraz Naseem & Ors. v. Union of India will not apply to such admissions in the State of Karnataka for the academic year 2014-2015. Similarly, the general time schedule for counselling and admissions for post graduate dental courses will not apply to such admissions in the State of Karnataka. The parties shall bear their own costs.”
A copy if verdict is attached to this post.
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