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James Panel Issues Directive Fixing Fee for Medical Courses

Published: 29th August 2014 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 29th August 2014 05:06 AM   |  A+A-

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Justice James Committee has fixed the fee collected by self-financing medical colleges from students, to remit before the Kerala University of Health Sciences .

Directive fixing the  fee to be collected from MBBS, Dental, Ayurveda, Siddha and Unani students were issued to all self-financing medical colleges by the Admission Supervisory Committee and Fee Regulatory Committee for Professional Colleges.

Issuing the order on Thursday, the Committee also directed the college managements to return the excess amount collected from students during 2014-15 admissions. According to the directives, self-financing medical colleges should collect an amount of Rs 2400 from Degree students (including Rs 1600 for registration, certificate verification and identity card, Rs 400 for university union and Rs 400 for sports activities) and Rs 3500 from PG students (including Rs 2700 for registration, certificate verification and identity card, Rs 400 for university union and Rs 400 for sports activities).

The fee to be collected at the time of admission should be paid to the University’s account. 

For Nursing, Pharmacy, Para Medical and other courses, a fee of Rs 1000 (600 + 200 + 200) should be collected from degree students and Rs 1200 (800 + 200 + 200) should be collected from post graduate students, as a one-time payment at the time of admission. 

More details in this regard can be had from the website www.asckerala.org, informed Justice J M James, chairman of the Admission Supervisory Committee.

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