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Bom. HC: Admission Obtained on False OBC Certificate, Doctor Allowed to Retain Qualification - (13 May 2024)

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Bombay High Court has allowed a doctor who obtained admission on false OBC certificate, to retain her qualification as a doctor and observed that since she has completed her MBBS course it would not be proper to withdraw her qualification as it would be a national loss.

Tags : BOMBAY HIGH COURT   MBBS COURSE   OBC CERTIFICATE  

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