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Monday, January 02, 2012

Kolkatta Court relief for medical college

KOLKATA: KPC Medical College, which is under the Medical Council of India scanner, got relief from Calcutta high court on Thursday. The division bench of chief justice J N Patel and Justice Bhaskar Bhattacharya scrapped a PIL against the college.

Organisation for People's Right to Health and Education had filed the PIL against KPC Medical College with the complaint that the private medical college was not following norms while admitting students to the MBBS course.

They had also complained that the fee structure prescribed by Supreme Court was not being followed. College counsel Biswaroop Bhattacharya mentioned that the college got the approval of MCI in 2008 and was following all norms.

The college has 150 seats for MBBS, out of which 50 are admitted from WBJEE and 100 from an all-India admission test held as per the MCI norms.

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