UP asks pvt medical colleges to reserve 50% seats for poor.

About author: Subash.Mishra
Reference: Times of India, 3 September 2016

The Uttar Pradesh government announced on 02.09.2016 that the state’s private medical and dental institutes would have to offer 50% seats to meritorious students from economic weaker sections. The seats would be allocated on a subsidized fee of Rs 36,000 per annum instead of around Rs 10 lakh. As there are 54 000 seats in these colleges in Uttar Pradesh, 27 000 would go to poor students.

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