<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Four medical students from the state have moved the Bombay High Court against the government’s recent GR making it mandatory for PG medical aspirants to complete their year long rural stint to become eligible for the PG NEET exam.Angad Randive, Parth Mulgaonkar, Shariva Randive and Shreyasi Tendolkar students of various government medical colleges in Maharahshtra have filed a civil writ petition in the Bombay High court on Tuesday urging the government to scrap the October 12 government resolution as per which students would have to complete their one year rural stint before they appear for their postgraduate exams.”As per the earlier norms students were allowed to take two attempts for cracking the PG entrance failing which they would have to serve the bond immediately after their MBBS. The government changed this norm at the last minute making thousands of students ineligible to appear for their PG NEET, which is a huge injustice” said Aparna Randive, mother of two of the petitioners- Angad and Shariva.DNA had earlier reported about an online petition requesting the government to scrap the new norms started by Muzzafar Khan , parent of a medical student from Thane. The petition had garnered over 2 thousand signatures. “With PG NEET scheduled to be held on January 7 , 2018 students are under immense pressure as they wont be allowed to appear if the norms are not relaxed” said Khan.GOVT RESOLUTIONAs per the October 12 government resolution students would have to complete their one year rural stint before they appear for their postgraduate exams.
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