SC upholds stay on domicile rule for post-graduate medical s
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The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed a special leave petition (SLP) filed by Maharashtra government to challenge a Bombay high court stay on its compulsory domicile rule for post-graduate (PG) medical admissions.The apex court has extended the last date for the counselling round of the admission process for the first merit list to May 9 from May 7.

The SC dismissal meant the state would have to issue a fresh merit-based list of candidates selected for PG medical seats in all its colleges. The Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER) released the new list post 9pm on Friday . Students who were allotted seats according to the earlier policy will now have to report to the alloted institutions till May 9 and secure their seats. Colleges have been asked to remain open even on Sunday to allow students to take admissions.

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