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Status quo on medical admissions vacated

NEW DELHI SEPT. 19. The Supreme Court today vacated its order directing status quo on the admission of students in private unaided medical and dental colleges in Maharashtra as these institutions had agreed to allot, as proposed by the State Government, 25 per cent of the seats for the management quota.

A Bench, comprising Justice S. Rajendra Babu and Justice G.P. Mathur, vacated the order passed on September 15 on the petitions filed by the Association of Management of Unaided Private Medical and Dental Colleges of the State challenging a Bombay High Court order rejecting their plea for 15 per cent management quota at a higher fee. The judges, however, kept intact the status quo on admission to the engineering colleges of similar nature.

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