SC okays irregular admission of 4 medicos
New Delhi: Exercising its extraordinary constitutional powers, the Supreme Court has allowed four medical students of Kerala to complete their MBBS course
despite their admissions being irregular as they failed to qualify in the mandatory common entrance examination.
A bench of justices Cyriac Joseph and Ranjana Prakash Desai allowed the private medical students to complete their course as a "special case," as they have already completed four and half years of their study.
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