Malla Reddy Institute Of Medical … vs Union Of India & Anr. on 30 September, 2015


1. The petitioner No.1 is a Medical College at Suraram District, Andhra
Pradesh which was established with intake capacity of 150 students with
effect from Academic Session 2012-13. This petition is filed aggrieved by
the order of the first respondent dated 15th June, 2015 rejecting the request
of the petitioner for renewal of permission for admission in third batch of
MBBS course for the Academic Session 2015-16 on the basis of the
recommendations of the Medical Council of India (for short „MCI‟) and
accordingly directing the petitioner not to admit any students for the
Academic Session 2015-16.
2. Admittedly, the impugned order dated 15th June, 2015 is based upon

the recommendation of the MCI dated 11th May, 2015. A perusal of the
MCI‟s recommendation dated 11th May, 2015 shows that a surprise
inspection was conducted by the MCI on 27 th and 28th May, 2014 in which
certain deficiencies were noted including that the Experience Certificate
dated 31.07.2008 produced by Dr.D.Aruna, Senior Resident in Medicine
with regard to her service as Junior Resident at MNR Medical College from
01.08.2005 to 31.07.2008 is a forged document and therefore the MCI by
letter dated 14.06.2014 recommended to the Central Government not to
renew the permission. Subsequently by letter dated 03.09.2014, the MCI
informed the Central Government its decision to recommend for debarring
the petitioner College from admitting students for two Academic Years, i.e.,
2014-15 and 2015-16 in terms of Regulation 8(3)(1) proviso (d) of the
Establishment of Medical College Regulations, 1991 (hereinafter referred to
as „the Regulations‟) stating that Dr.Chandrakant Shiroli, Ex-principal of
MNR College and presently Principal of the petitioner College had admitted
that it was a forged document.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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