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Madras High Court directs private medical colleges, CENTAC to pay ₹15 lakh each to 16 doctors illegally denied PG admission

In its November 9 judgement, the division bench held that since, all the students before the Court had already completed their post graduate degrees, the prayer made by the 18 students seeking admission was no longer enforceable.

However, the bench said that they deserved to be paid compensation. It also noted that two of the 18 students had already received compensation.

Therefore, it directed the four private colleges, Arupadai Veedu Medical College, Vinayaka Mission Medical College, Mahatma Gandhi Medical College and Research Institute, Sri Manakula Vinayakar Medical College and Hospital, Venkateswara Medical College and Hospital to pay ₹10 lakh to each of the 16 students and the CENTAC to pay ₹5 lakh to each of such students since, “the CENTAC and the Health Department of Government of Puducherry were in active connivance with the Colleges and have helped them to great extent to implement their scheme to make illegal admissions.”

Source: Barandbench

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