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Ministry issues warning against medical colleges

2022 Jan 06, 7:31,
Medical workers who say they work directly with COVID-19 patients stand outside the public Rebagliati Hospital where they say they work, as other health workers get shots of China's Sinopharm vaccine during a priority vaccination campaign inside the facility in Lima, Peru, Wednesday, February 10, 2021. The group complains they are not on the list of medical workers to be vaccinated and that some people getting shots do not work directly with COVID-19 patients. (Photo via AP)

The government has said that the affiliation of the medical colleges, charging fee higher than determined by the Medical Education Commission, shall be cancelled.

The ministry warned of scrapping the affiliation of the medical colleges violating the direction time and again in the context of complaints received about different colleges charging high fees illegally.

A press release issued today by Spokesperson of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, Deepak Sharma reads, "Action will be taken as per the Article-14 of the National Medical Education Act against the colleges charging high fees from the students in violation of the Commission's direction."

Although the ministry and Commission have urged the students not to pay the fees than determined by the Commission, the medical colleges have not allowed the students not paying fees to seat in the examination.


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