Indore: In the series of efforts by the MPPEB to round up those who unfairly sought admission in medical colleges or those who helped them, the Board filed a caveat in the MP High Court over cancellation of examination and admission in order to prevent any guilty from getting stay.

It is noteworthy that Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board ( MPPEB) has not only cancelled the MPPMT- 2013 examination of 345 students following an alleged scam but also the admission of 123 students in medical colleges, who procured admission through unfair means.

Petitioner’s counselor Amit Singh Sisodia stated that MPPEB had filed an affidavit on October 11 in the HC announcing cancellation of the examination of 345 students after finding them guilty of impersonation.

Sisodia said they were demanding a CBI inquiry into the case. However, right now only PMT- 2013 is being investigated. In fact they want investigation of last five years of examination and admission given by the MP PMT. Sisodia added that the caveat filed by the MPPEB will now ensure that no stay is given to anybody challenging their decision. Additional Advocate General Manoj Dwivedi said that a petition would be before the Supreme Court for extension of counseling date of MPPMT 2013. After cancellation of admission of 123 students in medical colleges, the last date for counseling September 30 for MPPMT 2013 will be extended in order to fill the vacant seats.

Thus admissions on last date are also being investigated to ensure if any student has given up admission claim and whether colleges have received any donation or used any unfair means to give admission.

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