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AIDSO flays Karnataka's proposal to hike fees and to introduce NRI quota in Govt Medical Colleges

Mysuru, Dec 20(UNI) All India Democratic Students’ Organisation (AIDSO) has condemned the Karnataka government’s proposal to introduce NRI quota in Government Medical Colleges and increase the fees for PG and Under graduate students in Government Medical Colleges
The organisation asked the state government to withdraw such a proposal and called it anti-Constitution and anti-public.
In a press release issued here on Thursday, AIDSO District President H M Basavaraju has alleged that the state government is trying to commercialise medical education. The Government Medical Colleges are the only hope for poor students who wanted to study Medical course but the proposed decision to hike fees will deprive them to fulfill their dream of becoming a Doctor. The government is trying to deprive them of their well-deserved opportunity.
He said that the new proposal before the State government will allow only rich people to study Medical Course and medical field would be a sheer business. AIDSO has urged medical students, doctors, students and public to raise their voice against it.
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