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Big relief for students of private medical colleges, 50% seats will be equal to the fees of government medical colleges

Medical College Fees: National Medical Commission (National Medical Commission) In its latest guidelines issued today, the government has said that the fee for 50 per cent seats in private medical colleges will now be equal to that of government medical colleges in any state or union territory. Under the new guidelines, no medical college administration can charge any additional fees for grants etc. The National Medical Commission (NMC) has issued guidelines on this unprecedented decision.Read more – Prime Minister Modi will inaugurate CICTC’s new campus in Tamil Nadu tomorrow with 11 new medical colleges through VC

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According to the data, 50% of the seats in private medical colleges, where provision has been made to pay fees equivalent to government medical colleges, will be given priority on the basis of NEET examination rankings i.e. merit. Read more – New restrictions including night curfew imposed in Chhattisgarh due to Corona, see guide

The fee for 50 per cent seats will be the same as for state or union government medical colleges.

The National Medical Commission has issued new guidelines for fixing fees and all other charges for 50 per cent seats in private medical institutions and deemed universities. The National Medical Commission, in its latest guidelines issued today, said that the fee for 50 per cent seats in a private medical college would now be equal to that of a government medical college in any state or union territory.

In this way you will get benefits

According to news agency ANI, after extensive discussions, it was decided that the fee for 50 per cent seats in private medical colleges and deemed universities should be equal to this year’s fee in government medical colleges in those particular states and union territories. The National Medical Commission stated that the facility of this fee structure will be made available in advance to those candidates who have taken government quota seats, but are limited to 50 per cent of the total sanctioned strength of the concerned medical college or deemed university. According to the National Making Commission, the news agency ANI.

The central government requested that the draft guidelines be prepared

The central government had requested the previous board of governors to prepare a draft tariff guideline to consider the formation of the previous MCI NMC. An expert committee on the subject was constituted by BoG-MCI and later NMC on 23 November 2019.

The guidelines were drafted after receiving more than 1,800 responses.

After receiving more than 1800 responses from the general public or medical institutions or associations, a reconstituted expert committee constituted by NMC on 21 October 2021 examined these responses and submitted the draft guidelines. The NMC has accepted the recommendations of the expert committee at its meeting held in December. (Input: ANI)

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