MBBS aspirant seeks admission under state quota: Bombay HC denies relief
Mumbai: Refusing to interfere in legislative decisions, the Bombay High Court recently denied relief to an aspirant who sought MBBS admission under Maharashtra state quota this year.
The petitioner approached the court as she wanted to get admission in a private medical college via State Medical quota but authorities denied allowing her in the state quota and instructed her to seek admission via All India Quota as she did not complete her SSC (class 10) under the Maharashtra board. Hence, the medical aspirant turned towards the High Court for redressal.
"It would be worthwhile to note that time and again the apex court has observed that in academic matters the courts should not ordinarily interfere. Looking at the area in which we are called upon to tread, it is difficult for us to indulge into the request being made on behalf of the petitioner."