Maharashtra govt may seek ordinance route to resolve admissions logjam
| Thursday | 16th May, 2019
The state government is contemplating to issue an ordinance to ensure that Maratha community students get admission in the post graduate medical courses.
Earlier, the Supreme Court had asked us to finish the exam procedure before May 15.
More than 280 students of Maratha community have been protesting against the incumbent government for denying them admission in the PG courses.
Supreme Court had quashed the Maratha reservations in PG medical courses saying that the admission procedure for these courses had started on February 22, while Maratha reservations came in effect on November 30.
Medical Education Minister Girish Mahajan and Senior leader Chandrakant Patil had a meeting with protesters and Maratha leaders again to address the issue amicably.
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