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Madhya Pradesh: Fee raised in medical, dental colleges

Madhya Pradesh: Fee raised in medical, dental colleges

Bhopal: The  Admission & Fees Regulatory Committee (AFRC) has decided to raise the fee of four private dental and medical colleges. The fifth is a new dental college offering a post graduate course.

The fee fixed for these colleges is for a span of three years, between 2017-2020. The fee regulating body has invited online applications to decide on the fees of dental and medical colleges.

Aurobindo Medical College, Indore’s fee for PG (MD/MS) clinical for three years is Rs 9,90,000, but for the year 2016-17 it will be Rs 8,55,000. The fees of PG (MD/MS) non-clinical is decided at Rs 5,80,000. Hitkarni Dental College and Hospital, Jabalpur will charge Rs 4,40,000 for its PG-MDS course. The new dental college, Bhaba Dental College, Bhopal will also  provide a PG-MDS course for Rs 4,40,000 reports the Free Press Journal.

The fees of the remaining two colleges has been decided for two years. RD Gardi Medical College, Ujjain will charge Rs 9,80,000 for the PG (MD/MS) clinical course and Rs 7 lakh for PG (MD/MS) non clinical course. Rishiraj College of Dental Sciences Research Centre, Bhopal will charge Rs 4,95,000 for the PG (MDS) course.

Source: with inputs
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  1. what is the reason for the hike to PG seat 990000 lacks rupees – pay 990000 lack per year fees and they need to serve the community ? what about the IIT and IAS fees which govt. absorb them after their education?

  2. Do they raise the stipend/ salary paid to PG residents?