Vijayawada:: Authorities of Fathima Institute of Medical Sciences (FIMS) are ready to return fees paid by students of 2015-16 batch is the significant announcement that the Minister for Health and Medical Education, Kamineni Srinivas made after having participated in a joint meeting organized with students and the management of FIMS at the secretariat on Thursday. Mr. Srinivas who will be reaching the capital on December 18 plans to talk to the Medical Council of India(MCI), officials regarding the fate of the Fathima Institute Of Medical Sciences(FIMS) students as well.
Speaking to the officials of NTR Health University, Kamineni Srinivas said, “Because of FIMS management, students lost their career and we will support them in all ways. For the upcoming NEET exam, we are offering free coaching to the students to sit for NEET. The government will bear the fees of those students who crack NEET 2018. If a student qualifies in NEET and secures a B category seat, the government will pay their fees. ”
He said that the FIMS management was committed to the payment of the fee to parents of the children.
“I will go to Delhi again on December 18 to discuss the issue with MCI officials. We are trying everything possible to mete out justice to the students,” the Minister Told TNIE.