Maharashtra Private Medical Colleges demand Subsidy for implementing Govt fees in 50 percent seats
Association highlighted the losses that the colleges might face as a result of the forced implementation of the NMC fee order
While the National Medical Commission's (NMC) order regarding implementation of Government fees in 50 percent Private medical college seats is facing several rounds of litigations, the self-financing medical institutes in Maharashtra have started demanding Government subsidy from the State Government.
Approaching the State, the Association of Managements of Unaided Private Medical and Dental Colleges of Maharashtra (AMUPMDC) have demanded to either drop the NMC fee diktat or allow subsidies to the colleges for its implementation.
ssuing a Statement in this regard, the Association on Thursday shared the annual expenses and the budget of the four State-run medical colleges in order to compare the same with the fees in the private medical colleges.
With the comparison, the association highlighted the losses that the colleges might face as a result of the forced implementation of the NMC fee order.
Medical Dialogues had earlier reported that the private medical colleges and Deemed-to-be Universities were not happy with the NMC fee order issued back in February 2022.