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The Private Colleges Escaped From Submitting Admission List to ASC till Now

Oct 31, 2013 11:52 IST

    The Admission Supervisory Committee (ASC) received the complete list of students getting admission under 35% management quota seats provision, from only 4 colleges up till now, despite the closure of admission in the self-financing medical college has  passed one month. The last date to complete admissions was 30 September 2013.

    The ASC shall now seek individual admission lists from the university to verify the applicants admitted under management quota provision are eligible, have given exam and have their names registered under merit list.

    The 4 out of total 8 medical colleges to have submitted students list to ASC about those taking admission under management quota are DM Wayanad Institute of Medical Sciences, (Ernakulam), MES Medical College, Palachode, (Perintalmanna), Travancore Medical College, (Kollam) and Sree Narayana Institute of Medical Sciences.

    In the process of verifying the lists already have been received the ASC chairman Justice J M James mentioned that will call Kerala University of Health Sciences (KUHS) to evaluate it.

    All these self-financing medical colleges are in affiliation with KUHS which is why they are bound to submit the student’s lists for registration to the university.

    As informed by ASC, only those students can appear in exams whose admission and name are verified and registered with the university.
    The ASC called for the detailed list from self-financing medical colleges, of that entire student’s admission falling under various quota and categories being general category, management quota (35%) and NRI quota (15%). ASC noticed some admissions were having names of candidates qualifying for admission but were from outside the merit list.

    Upon inspection and verification, it was discovered that three unqualified applicants were admitted by MES Medical College and Gokulam Medical College, whereas KMCT Medical College had 12 such candidates.

    The board also noticed that the list provided by other 5 medical colleges was not whole. Ultimately, the admissions were nullified by the committee of those candidates whose names were not mentioned in the list of 408 qualified candidates.

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