The Students Federation of India (SFI) has said that it will not allow the Kerala Private Medical College Management Consortium to conduct the medical entrance examination slated for Friday in Kozhikode. The SFI State committee said the question papers had been leaked to students and that the exam was an eyewash. The SFI would take out a march to MES Raja Residential School where the exam was proposed to be held on Friday and would not allow the exam to be conducted, the committee said, adding that SFI State secretary T.P. Bineesh would inaugurate the march.

Staff Reporter writes from Kochi:The Admission Supervisory Committee headed by former Justice J.M. James will supervise the entrance examinations for admission to the MBBS course (management seats) offered by self-financing and private medical colleges for 2013-14 academic year. S. Anirudhan, committee member, will supervise the examinations.

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