The much-awaited Supreme Court order on dee med universities on Tuesday did not bring respite to al medical aspirants. Whil those who have already been admitted were relieved, those who were hoping to get in to these institutes through the state’s centralized pro cess were disappointed. Even as the apex court has asked the state to fill only seats tha were vacant by the end of September 16 through a com bined counselling process the fact is very few seats ar left. The state may get to con duct only the second or third round in institutes through their combined process, which in reality may be only 10-15% of open category seats.
A parent said many aspirants were holding on to their seats in other states and were hoping for the SC to clear the deck for seats in deemed institutes here. “These institutes are sought after and centrally located. It would have been good to have a centralized transparent process.“
Hindustan News 29/09/2016: http://epaper.livehindustan.com/