HC directs TS and NMC to reallocate the Medical students of Mahavir college
HYDERABAD: A Telangana High Court bench comprising Justice Abhinand Kumar Shavali and Justice Namavarapu Rajeshwar Rao on Thursday lambasted the National Medical Commission (NMC), the state government and the Kaloji Narayana Rao University for Medical and Health Sciences for not reallocating students of Mahavir Medical College, whose permission had been revoked, to other institutions.
“It’s almost the end of the academic year and you don’t respond until a case is filed. You approve a college and cancel its permission in the middle of the academic year but you don’t care about the students,” the bench said adding that the attitude of the NMC was “highly objectionable.”
The court also found fault with the state government and the health university for not taking steps to reallocate the students. “ You all are playing a blame game and ignoring the students' pathetic situation. What kind of professionals do you want to make them by not training them properly,” the bench said.
After hearing all sides, the court directed the government and the NMC to quickly reallocate the postgraduate students of Mahavir College.