Admission Of 124 Rajas Medicos Completed

Bhubaneswar: Dec 24; Complying with the order of the Orissa High Court, the State Government completed the admission process of the students of the Kalahandi Jaringi-based Sardar Rajas Medical College and Research Centre (SRMC&RC) on Wednesday.

Directorate of Medical Education and Training (DMET) Joint Director Umakanta Satpathy said all the 124 students of the Sardar Rajas Medical College were provisionally admitted in two Government-run medical colleges and three private institutions.

"The provisional admission process is over and the students will report to their respective institutions between December 24 and 30," said Satpathy.

"We will submit our report to the State Government on Thursday and the Government will appraise the High Court accordingly," he added.

The HC had directed the Government to relocate the medicos of the Sardar Rajas Medical College and submit an affidavit on December 23.

While 55 students of the SRMC&RC were admitted at the MKCG Medical College, Brahmapur, 54 students were allocated to the VIMSAR, Burla. Five students each were admitted at three Bhubaneswar-based private medical colleges, KIMS, SUM and Hi-Tech.


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