Justice N Anand Venkatesh, while restraining Jipmer from cancelling the student’s allotment in PDCC, passed an interim order directing the institute to provisionally admit him in the course. The judge passed the interim direction following a petition

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Madras high court helps medical student join Jipmer
Bosco Dominique | Sep 12, 2020, 14:34 IST
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PUDUCHERRY: The Madras high court came to the rescue of a medical student in securing admission for post-doctoral certificate course (PDCC) in paediatric oncology in Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (Jipmer) after a private medical college refused to return his original certificates despite two directions from the court.
Justice N Anand Venkatesh, while restraining Jipmer from cancelling the student’s allotment in PDCC, passed an interim order directing the institute to provisionally admit him in the course. The judge passed the interim direction following a petition filed by Alpoor Tharun Tej, who had completed MD (paediatrics) at Aarupadai Veedu Medical College and Hospital (AVMCH) in Puducherry, a constituent college of Vinayaga Missions Research Foundation (VMRF), a deemed university. Advocate Stalin Abhimanyu appeared on behalf of the student.
Tej had earlier accused the college of refusing to return his certificates unless he paid ‘exorbitant’ fees over and above the fees he had already paid. The high court had directed AVMCH to return all certificates of Tej after getting an affidavit from him declaring that he would pay the fees fixed by the fee committee constituted by the Puducherry government.

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