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Government provides relief for Fathima Medical College students

Government provides relief for Fathima Medical College students
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It is light at the end of the tunnel for Fathima Medical College students. AP Health Minister Dr Kamineni Srinivas met the MCI officials here on Monday and rolled out the plan for the distressed students whose admissions had been in limbo due to cancellation of recognition of the institute for 2015-16 by the MCI.

New Delhi: It is light at the end of the tunnel for Fathima Medical College students. AP Health Minister Dr Kamineni Srinivas met the MCI officials here on Monday and rolled out the plan for the distressed students whose admissions had been in limbo due to cancellation of recognition of the institute for 2015-16 by the MCI.

Highlights:

  • To give admissions in different govt colleges
  • Health Minister Kamineni Srinivas holds discussion with MCI officials

Kamineni told the media later that the government was willing to get these students absorbed in the government colleges - nine in each college. Those who secured the seats under all the quotas would be adjusted accordingly.

The management of Fathima College would transfer the fee paid by the students to the colleges they would be adjusted against.

The Minister said the MCI was also willing to allow filling up of 24 super specialty seats lying vacant now afresh through NTR Health University.

He also sought permission to allow in-service doctors above 45 years of age to pursue PG studies and said there was a positive response from the authorities.

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