A 28-year old doctor, who was preparing for the AIIMS entrance exam has sued the coaching center for not been able to clear it.
It was seen as an unusual incident wherein the aspirant had approached the Consumer Court after the coaching center where he was preparing for the exam had promised a 100% result but it didn’t help him crack the test.
R Sankara Rao also alleged that due to the negligence of the coaching institute, his knowledge and understanding of the subject got more deteriorated and his performance eventually dipped.
The coaching fees Rao had paid was Rs 45,000 and the district consumer forum asked the coaching institute to return the fees of the student along with a compensation of Rs 32,000.
Rao was enrolled in Bhatia medical institute and he was assured by the institute that one professor Dr Devesh Mishra will take his classes in the due course of his classes he never came to take up the classes and it irked Rao as the coaching institute had promised otherwise.
The order by the consumer forum read, “The opposite parties are only coaching institutes and when they promise a certain standard, it should be observed carefully. That the complainant should obtain a seat in AIIMS is certainly not their responsibility but the path towards the flat goal should not be hindered by not delivering,” as reported by The New Indian Express.