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@Nikhil – I would do a few things to try and determine what is happening.
If your custom rules are there then if you have firebug I suggest you open it up and put a breakpoint on the first line inside the jQuery.validator.addMethod … line… And see if it is firing…
That is where i would start… You need some more information I think (Sorry if you’ve already done all this! Fill me in with the details if so!)
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@nikhiluppaluri sorry for not replying earlier. Are you using the Html.DropDownListFor helper method in the above code you’ve given. It’s a bit hard to see what exactly you are doing (maybe due to the WordPress altering your code.)