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Date: 3rd Sept 2018


103 MBBS students of defunct college move HC for transfer to govt institutes

The medical college started functioning from academic year 2016-17 after obtaining necessary approvals from the state and central governments, and the Medical Council of India (MCI). All the 103 students were admitted through NEET in the first year MBBS course under government and management quota.

As the college management failed to rectify the deficiencies pointed out by the MCI, the union ministry of health and family welfare debarred the college from making admissions for 2017-18 and 2018-19. This apart, banks to which the management owes Rs 392 crore as dues are initiating steps to bring the properties owned by the college to auction, the petitioner added.


MBBS admissions in two pvt colleges run into trouble

Malla Reddy Institute of Medical Sciences (MRIMS) and another Medical College located in Medak district has an intake of 150 seats each. However, the Medical Council of India (MCI) had earlier not given approval for these two colleges to admit students for the academic year 2018-19, citing discrepancies. However, the colleges have reportedly got permissions after the completion of the entire process of the admissions into MBBS.

The MRIMS has reportedly got approval to admit students for the current academic year on August 31 and they were asked to complete the process of the admission by September 5.

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