Will those doing MBBS from private medical colleges get this big discount? Know what the Supreme Court said

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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Medical Education Latest News in Hindi: There is a news for those studying medicine which can give you relief as well as trouble. Because if the Supreme Court gives its decision in favor of the petitioner then many MBBS students will be happy and many will be sad. Actually, this matter is related to compulsory service in rural areas after doing MBBS.

The Supreme Court has agreed to investigate whether the demands made in the petition can be met or not. But some big questions have also been raised.

Is the development of the country not the responsibility of those who study in private colleges?

The Supreme Court asked the petitioner, 'What is wrong? Do those who study in private institutions have no responsibility towards the development of the country? Just because you have studied from a private hospital or a private law college, you should be exempted from working in rural areas?'

The court asked the petitioner, 'What is it that gives you the freedom that because you have studied from a private medical college, you cannot work in rural areas?'

No exemption in medical fees

In response to the apex court's question, the petitioner's lawyer said that 'the student has not got the exemption in the fees of the medical course which is given to the students in the fees of government medical colleges. Therefore he should be released from this compulsory service.

The case was being heard by a bench of Justice PS Narasimha and Justice Sanjay Karol. A medical student has filed a petition against the decision of the Karnataka government. In this decision, the Karnataka government has implemented one year of compulsory public rural service for all medical students. Without this, permanent registration cannot be obtained in the Karnataka Medical Council even after completing the degree.

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