New Delhi: 19 June :- The Supreme Court has allowed medical colleges of Bihar, Jharkhand and UP to enroll in MBBS in this session. These include Gaya, Pavapuri Nalanda and Government Medical College of Betia, MGM Medical College in Jharkhand and Government Medical College of Banda, Saharanpur, Azamgarh and Jalna in UP.
In the Supreme Court, the governments of these three states have filed an affidavit and have convinced the court that they will provide the resources and facilities in these colleges of their respective states in the course of three months, in line with the standards of MCI. After three months, Medical Council of India will visit these medical colleges to investigate.
The Supreme Court, while replying to the state government, said that if such resources were there, what would happen to the patients? You have to treat the person. In the first decision of animals, we have said that you are making half-in-law doctors.
On the other hand, all states, including the Bihar government, have assured the court that they will complete the facilities in these colleges in three months. In fact, due to non-completion of medical facilities standards in three colleges, the MCI had imposed a ban on enrollment in this session.