The future of over 200 students, who took admission in four private medical colleges in Madhya Pradesh through management quota on a hefty payment, might hang in the balance after a CBI probe into a Vyapam case claimed irregularities in their selection, officials said.
The agency has written to the Madhya Pradesh government seeking necessary action against these candidates, who did not appear in any entrance exam for admission in the medical colleges.
On Thursday, the agency filed a chargesheet in a special CBI court in Bhopal against 592 accused, including the chairmen of the four private medical colleges, for their alleged involvement in the recruitment scam.
A total of 229 admissions were made by these four colleges under the management quota, by charging an amount between Rs 50 lakh and Rs 1 crore per seat, allegedly in violation of norms, the CBI officials said.
What was worrying was that the students who got admission through the management quota did not appear in any entrance exam, they added.