A HC Ruling on withdrawal of admission from a college by a m
An MBBS aspirant, who had taken admission in a private medical college, found himself in a pickle after he secured admission in a government medical college in Maharashtra.

The reason? The private medical college refused to return his original documents until he paid up the entire fee of Rs 32 lakh as he withdrew after the cut-off date; and the said student couldn't get admitted to the government medical college as he is without those documents.

The student approached the high court as the fees in the government college was just Rs 3 lakh. Noting that there were no rules framed by the state government, the Medical Council of India or the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (RGUHS) in matters like this, the HC ordered the student to submit a bank guarantee or security of immovable properties for 50 per cent of the remaining fee to the private college to get back his documents...

http://bangaloremirror.indiatimes.com/bangalore/others/hc-order-on-marks-cards-could-prove-costly-for-students/articleshow/56506824.cms
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