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Establishment of Medical College Regulations, 1999
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Regulation 8 (3) (1) (a)

This Court in Kalinga (supra) has held that medical education must be taken very seriously and when an expert body certifies that the facilities in a medical College are inadequate, it is not for the Courts to interfere with the assessment, except for very cogent jurisdictional reasons such as mala fides of the inspection team, ex facie perversity in the inspection, jurisdictional error on the part of the M.C.I., etc. The submission relating to the cyclone being a reason for the number of patients being less is not acceptable. We are in agreement with the submission made on behalf of the Appellant that the Resident Doctors are required to be in the hospital at all points of time. In view of the large scale deficiencies found in the inspection report dated 25.09.2017 and 26.09.2017 and in view of Regulation 8 (3) (1) (a), the Respondent No.1 and 2 are not entitled to claim another inspection. .....Medical Council of India =VS= Vedantaa Institute of Academic Excellence Pvt. Ltd., (Civil), 2018 (2) [5 LM (SC) 68] ....View Full Judgment