BHOPAL : Refusing to accept his 25 objections regarding DMAT-2015, the High Court, on Thursday, instructed former MLA Paras Saklecha to disclose his sources of information.
Madhya Pradesh Dental and Medical Admission Test (Online MP DMAT) 2015 was held on October 8 by Association of Private Dental and Medical Colleges of Madhya Pradesh (APDMC).
This time online examination was held at 57 centres in four cities-Bhopal, Indore, Ahmadabad and Delhi. In Bhopal, there were 8 examination centres. Saklecha will file the objections on Friday incorporating sources of information.
Smelling a rat in the conduct of the examinations, the petitioner had raised 25 objections regarding the way the APDMC had organised the examinations. Prominent objections included that only one set of question papers was distributed to all the 18,000 examinees instead of four sets. Secondly, 50 per cent questions were repeated. Thirdly, examination was conducted up to 10 pm from 3 pm so naturally, the students who came out from examination centre at the scheduled time of 6 pm might have helped those who were inside the examination hall.
Paras Saklecha said, “The High Court has instructed us to disclose the sources of information regarding objections over DMAT-2015.
We will file it on Friday in High Court with sources of information in support of petition.”
‘Make People’s, Medical Science varsities respondents’
The High Court, on Thursday, instructed former MLA Paras Saklecha to make Peoples’ Medical University and Madhya Pradesh Medical Science University, Jabalpur, as respondents in the case regarding online DMAT-2015. Paras Saklecha said, “High Court has instructed us to make both the universities -Peoples’s Medical University and MP Medical University, Jabalpur as respondents in the case.”Earlier, Admission and Fee Regulatory Committee (AFRC) and CLM Reddy, former deputy director NIC whom High Court had appointed technical supervisor of DMAT-2015, submitted their reports in High Court, Saklecha added.