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Med students admitted on ‘unfair’ terms, says Puducherry Lt Governor

Lieutenant Governor Kiran Bedi on Saturday alleged that post graduate students have been admitted in Puducherry’s private medical colleges under ‘unjust and unfair’ conditions to the extent of ‘exploi

Published: 04th June 2017 05:51 AM  |   Last Updated: 04th June 2017 05:51 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

PUDUCHERRY: Lieutenant Governor Kiran Bedi on Saturday alleged that post graduate students have been admitted in Puducherry’s private medical colleges under ‘unjust and unfair’ conditions to the extent of ‘exploitation’.

After holding one-to-one interaction with the students, who got admission under government quota through CENTAC counselling, Bedi said that private medical colleges have imposed several conditions such as forgoing the stipend and working without pay for the college after completing the course. These are violation of rules and regulations, said Bedi.

“The students have given us valuable feedback on irregularities and injustice meted out to them during the admission. The evidence would be analysed and action would be initiated based on it,” she said.

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