Fate of MBBS/BDS aspirants uncertain as agenda not included in Cabinet’s meeting

IMPHAL, July 28: The fate of those aspirants of the State who are seeking admission in MBBS/BDS for the current year is lying in uncertainty as the matter has not found its place in the agenda list of State Cabinet’s meeting which is scheduled tomorrow to be presided by Chief Minister O. Ibobi Singh at the Cabinet Secretariate around 3 evening.

Notably, the entrance examination for the admission to MBBS/BDS 2013 was supposed to be held on June 9 last for which the State Government had made all the necessary arrangement. Also, admit cards were also issued to a total number of 5723 aspirants for the said examination.

However, the entrance examination was halted by the State Cabinet following a ruling passed by the Supreme Court of India.

Again, in a ruling passed by the court on July 18 last, the same order was cancelled which resulted in paving a way to hold the examination by the State Government.

Given the grim situation, the State Government had held a brainstorming session discussing about the fate of the aspirants for admission for the said examination. However, a concrete solution could not be transpired from the deliberation which was attended by top officials of the concerned department of the State Government.

Later, it was decided that a final decision regarding the matter would be arrived in a State Cabinet meeting slated to be held soon along with taking opinion from legal experts.

According to reports received by the IFP, the matter was not included in the official approved lists of agenda of the State Cabinet meeting which is scheduled tomorrow. 

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