University authorities have found that 25 private medical colleges were into this illegal money-spinning activity with the help of an agent-student nexus.
The demand for cadavers have skyrocketed as the Medical Council of India has stipulated that every 10 students get one cadaver for study.
However, according to the Supreme Court’s direction, admissions in all government and private medical colleges in the country have to be done through the centralised counselling system.
MCI, in a communiqué, sent to the NIOS in December last year had said that students who pass out their class 12 boards will not be allowed to appear in the NEET.
OPD services in private hospitals to be hit today as doctors protest National Medical Commission Bill
The doctors in the State and across the country will be suspending the routine service of the outpatient department between 6 am and 6 pm, but emergency and critical services will continue to operate
Services at OPDs of many private hospitals may be hit by the protest, but emergency and critical services will remain open.
A bill to replace the apex medical education regulator -- Medical Council of India with a new body, to ensure transparency, was introduced in the Lok Sabha.
The panel was set up after it came to the court’s notice that the college had presented fake doctors and patients during an inspection by the Medical Council of India.
The 25-Commission, with only five elected members, will not regulate the medical education in the country.
The Union Cabinet approved the bill setting up the National Medical Commission that seeks to replace the Medical Council of India.
Revamp of Graduate Medical Education Regulations is in the offing as MBBS syllabus to be common throughout the country.
With no word from the Central government yet on the fate of special Ordinance for exemption, the State government is likely to conduct MBBS admission through NEET.