DME Directs Colleges To Admit 7.5% Quota Students Without Paying Fees First


Chennai: Self-financed and government medical colleges were on Friday asked by the Directorate of Medical Education to admit government students allotted seats under the 7.5 percent NEET quota without paying fees first, reported The Times of India.

In a letter to deans of medical colleges, Director of medical education Dr R Narayanbabu said, “Students allotted seats under the NEET quota should not be denied admission for payment of fee at any cost. Post matric and other financial aid will be appropriately taken care of.”

The director added that students who were denied admission are to be “called back and given admission as per the notification”, a huge relief to students with daily wage earning parents, who were previously in a fix to arrange the fees to secure admissions for their children.


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