BHOPAL : Parents and candidates, irked over the alleged irregularities in All India PMT counselling, on Thursday, called on Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan in BJP office and complained about the alleged irregularities in allotment of seats in medical colleges. They said that despite being domicile of Madhya Pradesh, they have not been given admission in medical colleges while outsiders have been admission in state medical colleges.
Chief minister Chauhan told the candidates and parents to meet principal secretary medical education Ajay Tirki regarding counselling problems. The students met principal secretary Tirki who told them that counseling is as per the rules of All India PMT and if any one is not satisfied, he/she may go to court.
They (students and parents) had first gone to CM house to meet CM but they were informed that CM was leaving for BJP office so they followed CM at BJP Office and met him. Earlier, the candidates had created ruckus over seat allotment in medical colleges of some students but later on their admission were cancelled.
Dean of Gandhi Medical College Dr BP Dubey said, “There are clear cut rules of All India PMT about counseling and domicile that in government medical colleges, only state’s candidates will be given admission. Other states candidates will be given admission in private medical colleges and there is no need to be domicile of the state. Therefore, there must be no confusion in mind of candidates”.