The deadlock over the entrance examination forms of 71 students of Kesar SAL Medical College,who were shifted to B J Medical College and NHL Medical College following the de-recognition of their institute,broke on Thursday.
The Gujarat High Court ordered that the students do not need to mention the code of the college from where they had done their MBBS.
The students had approached the High Court after the dean of the two colleges refused to sign their post-graduate entrance examination forms on technical grounds. After getting shifted to these two medical colleges,the students completed their internship.
The problem surfaced when the students wanted to take the entrance test for post-graduation.
The form had two columns where they were supposed to mention the code of colleges from where they had done their MBBS and internship.
But as the Kesar SAL Medical College was no more recognised,they could not fill that column.
Following this,the deans of the two medical colleges refused to sign their forms.
Sudhir Nanavati,counsel of the students,said a division bench comprising Chief Justice K S Radhakrishnan and Justice Akil Kureshi also directed both the deans to sign the forms,which have been filled according to the HC order.
The court observed that forms for the postgraduate entrance examination cannot be rejected.