Parents of medical aspirants are upset with the decentralized admission process for deemed universities.With limited time available, parents are running from one institute to other, almost every day , to keep up with the deadline. In fact, one of the deemed institutes has even completed the process and put up the merit list on the same day as the Bombay HC stayed the GR on centralized admission process. While some are contemplating moving the SC against the HC order, no final decision has been taken yet..
Over 20,000 students have registered for admissions to deemed universities in the centralized process. Many did not apply to individual institutes as they believed that the state’s CET cell would carry out the centralized process.“The counselling process at private medical institutes is also on. Some of the institutes have increased the processing fees from Rs 1,500 to Rs 5,000 now . The process is completely unfair,“ said a parent.
Meanwhile, law aspirants are planning to intervene in the SC matter filed by a student against the conduct of the first-ever law CET.
amar ujala newspaper 01/09/2016 : http://epaper.amarujala.com/