In shocking news to the medical students, National Medical Commission (MNC) has canceled 520 from three medical colleges in Telangana state.
Going into the details, National Medical Commission (MNC) has canceled admissions of undergraduate & PG courses in three private medical colleges MNR Medical College in Sangareddy, Mahavir Institute of Medical Sciences in Vikarabad, and TRR Institute of Medical Sciences, Patancheru in the State. The decision from NMC has now put the student’s future in question.
NMC had to decide to cancel the seats based on the inspection conducted by The Central health department in which they found out that the following colleges didn’t meet the minimum standards and also cited the reasons as no basic facilities, lecturers were not appointed as per the requirement, not enough laboratories, etc and issued orders to the three colleges regarding the Same.
About 450 seats of first-year MBBS were filled in these three colleges and 70 PG seats in MNR and Mahavir colleges.
However, these colleges appealed against the decision to cancel the seats and it would be difficult to allocate these students to other colleges which makes students’ future a Question mark.
Meanwhile, the students of the three colleges are going to meet Health Minister T Harish Rao to explain their plight in the wake of the cancellation of seats. Sources from Kaloji Narayanarao Health University informed that High Court ordered the NMC to take a suitable decision in this regard after private college management appealed to the Court.