The admission of 95 students in the PG courses has been cancelled by the Medical Council of India as they were admitted into the private colleges by violating the rules and regulations.
In a press release last night she said "MCI had issued directions to the seven private medical colleges and deemed universities to discharge the 95 students admitted to PG courses otherwise through a common counseling by the CENTAC, an official panel constituted by Puducherry government for counseling of students for professional courses".
Lt Governor hailed the step taken by the MCI and called it a break through.The authority has acted tough by acting on the unfair admissions.
"We have received a letter from the MCI on the cancellation of irregular admission," she added.
Bedi further said that the students who were given the provisional allotments by CENTAC in the PG stream were refused admissions in the colleges.
After the incident, the students met Kiran Bedi and submitted their complaints in written and oral and told that they were denied of the admission even after they submitted the fee as fixed by the committee of the college.
The Director of Health and Family Services in Puducherry was also asked to furnish the lists of the students admitted in each of the seven colleges.
The students who were not admitted through the CENTAC counseling have been asked to be discharge from the college by the respective colleges and colleges have been asked to send a compliance report in two weeks.