K'handi medicos register names for relocation

Bhubaneswar: Dec 16; The two-day online registration and application process for reallocation of 124 MBBS students of the Kalahandi Jaringi-based Sardar Rajas Medical College and Research Centre (SRMC&RC) in three private and two Government-run institutions in the State begun on Tuesday.

The provisional admission of students would be held on December 22 and 23. Complying with the order of the Odisha High Court the Director of Medical Education and Training (DMET) had issued a notification for the registration and sear allotment last week.

As per the notification, 55 students of the private medical college would be absorbed at the MKCG Medical Collegel, Brahmapur while 54 students would be allocated seats at the VIMSAR, Burla. Five students each would be admitted in three city-based private medical colleges, KIMS, SUM and HI-TECH.

The newly admitted students would have to report in concerned institutions between December 24 and 30, the notification added.

Meanwhile, challenging the Orissa High Court's order, the agitating students of MKCG, VIMSAR and Cuttack-based SCB Dental College have filed Special Leave Petition (SLP) in the Supreme Court over the issue. They have even filed a miss-case in the High Court too requesting to put a stay order on its earlier decision for the re-allocation of the Sardar Rajas Medical College students.

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