The Supreme Court has dismissed the verdict of Rajasthan High Court on migrations of a MBBS student from an unrecognized medical college to a recognized medical college. The SC stated that migration of an undergraduate medical student is only possible from a recognized medical college to another when both the medical colleges are recognized by the Central Government under the law.
This law came on the verdict laid by the Rajasthan High Court on allowing a student named Anchal Parihar who was studying in one of the medical colleges in Rajasthan named Ananta Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre, Rajsamand and she had requested the Board of Governors to permit her migration to Dr S N Medical College, Jodhpur in 2019. The college in which the student was studying in is yet to be recognized by the Central Government whereas the other college is one among the Government medical colleges in Rajasthan.
Rajasthan High Court had directed the erstwhile Medical council of India which is now National Medical Commission to allow the transfer which was challenged by the former in the Court. The erstwhile MCI mentioned in its appeal that the High Court has misinterpreted its rule on Migrations betweenmedical colleges in India. The new law was laid by a bench comprising justices L Nageswara Rao and Indira Banerjee who set aside the verdict of the Rajasthan High Court. The Regulation clearly lays down a restriction of migration from an unrecognized college to a recognized college. It provides that migration is permissible only if both the Colleges are recognized under the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956,’ the bench held.
Source: Times Now
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