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Maharashtra Medical Colleges seeking 3 times more fees for 25% seats

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Published : 09 May, 2017 By: Admissionjankari.com
  • Maharashtra Medical Colleges seeking 3 times more fees for 25% seats

    As per the current report, unaided medical colleges might be supported by the Maharashtra government on charging 3 times more fees for 25% seats.

    It seems to be quite impossible to sustain with the fee set by the government since this would cause spending a considerable sum of money from their own pocket to establish the colleges, the unaided medical colleges noted.

    Most importantly, this rule may be come into existence from this academic year. There are no final words come out from the government yet. It is still pending between the state government and the association of unaided medical institutions for post-graduate seats.

    Girish Mahajan, medical education minister said, “The unaided medical colleges have said that they are unable to sustain with the fee fixed by the government as they have to spend from pocket to establish the colleges. They have demanded two-three fold fees for 50 per cent of the total intake. However, after negotiations, they are now seeking three fold fees for 25 per cent seats.”

    “I think we will have to do something about their demand. It has to be accepted up to some extent,” Mahajan said. There would be chances of asking the relaxation for extending to under-graduate courses, if it is approved for post-graduate courses.

    As per the new rule passed by the Supreme Court, NEET along with the state governed centralised admissions process will only be an alternate for all medical admissions. Apart from this, a law passed last year, will be liable to control their fees.

     

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