Challenge to mandatory rural service for young doctors: Karnataka High Court seeks response from Central, State govts

Besides the Act, the petitioners also challenged the validity of a notification directing colleges to withhold all original documents of students who have completed their medical courses.
Challenge to mandatory rural service for young doctors: Karnataka High Court seeks response from Central, State govts
Karnataka High Court, intermediate semester exams, BCI

The Karnataka High Court recently issued notice in a petition filed by medical students questioning the legality of the Karnataka Compulsory Service by Candidates Completed Medical Courses Act 2012 (Compulsory Act) which compels candidates who have completed medical education to render compulsory rural service for one year [Dr Sharanya Mohan v. Union of India].

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