Website Was Not Hacked – PG Medical Online Counseling Case

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An Apex Court vacation bench comprising of Justice H.L. Gokhale and Justice Ranjana Prakash Desai was told, on behalf of Health Minsitry, that the release of result of second round of online counseling for PG in medical was related to a human error at the National Informatics Centre (NIC). The results appeared on the net on 11 June instead of 12 June which was the official date for declaration of the results as per an announcement.

On petitioner Pankila Mittal’s plea that the software created by the NIC was not tamper-free, the counsel for the Health Ministry, Tajindar Singh Dobia, told the court that error alleged by her in the allotment of a course to her was due to her own mistake. “question of manipulation/mischief/hacking does not arise at all. The process of counseling was/is transparent and software is free of any human bias,” the court was told.

Thursday was the last day for taking admission under the all-India quota for PG course but the court granted Mittal time till Tuesday to go to Mumbai to collect her original documents from Seth G.S. Medical College and then proceed to Baroda to take admission in PG Diploma in venerea0logy and dermatology.

The date for the next hearing has been fixed on June 27.

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