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CBI files chargesheet against 6 medical colleges

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

New Delhi: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has reportedly filed a chargesheet against six medical colleges, saying they were given permission by the Medical Council of India (MCI) despite flouting norms.

According to the CBI, some MCI officials leak information about the upcoming inspections well in advance to the medical colleges, following which they make labourers act as patients and local doctors as professors.

The six medical colleges are Sri Guru Ram Institute of Medical and Health Sciences, Dehradun; Index Medical College, Indore; Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences, Bhubaneshwar; Bhaskar Medical College, Hyderabad; Sri Sathya Sai Medical College and Research Institute, Kanchipuram; and Adhiparasakthi Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, Kanchipuram. [Source: IBN Live]

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4 Comments »

Comment by Dr. Ramesh Vardhan
2012-07-18 19:37:39

i am sure none of these medical colleges belong to the congress leaders . if same norm is implemented to other colleges too, i am sure more than 50% of the colleges will lose their licences. the moment c b i or the ruling congress party seances this , they will change their strategy with some lousy excuse. i think i have saved the skin of few these colleges. are you listening dehardhun , kanchipuram, indore & bhuvaneshvar. don’t worry be happy . don’t bribe any body just approach court for the stay . then hire a good advocate i am sure you will win or 100s of other colleges will join your list , which is unlikely. i think the health minister & team should be booked for keeping a blind eye. by the by what happened to dr. amboomani ramdoss the previous health minister ? is he on bail or behind the bars ? do we need mr . obama the president of u s a to rectify the mistakes done by our politicians ? what a shame .
dear friends please pass on your valuable comments on my writings.( i am not good at english , only good thing about me , i am frank& honest) . even our honourable prime minister is upset with functioning of medical colleges & the deteriorating health care. look at the congress chief , unlike pm she prefers u s a . if our politicians & bureaucrats are made to take treatment only in government hospitals they would rather leave the country but what about the common man who is left to the mercy of these ill trained doctors?i know i am part of the system but i want to sincerely change it and bring good name to govt. colleges and hospital which earlier used to be the strongholds of medical care and bring out world class students who bring good name to our country.

 
Comment by kiran kumar
2012-07-18 22:47:23

most of ur comments are very true sir. mci is medical congress of india and cbi is congress beauro of investigation.

 
Comment by dr amit swamy
2012-07-18 23:00:03

dear sir,
it is with a very sorry state of affairs that i muster courage to write these lines.
recently a college in pimpri, pune has got recognised for 250 odd undergraduatem.b.b.s. seats. this translates to 40 lakhs in donations, excluding fees, hostel, books, etc.
the university is deemed/doomed.
the calibre of students who take admission for such said courses is never based on merit.
if any one can pay the amount he/she gets the seat.
the same iam told goes for pg seats with radio/ortho getting 1.4 cr./seat.
where r we headed.
the recognised govt. colleges do not get seats thru the all india qouta or thru merit and here there are 14 m.s. ortho seats./year.
who does the inspection for these colleges.
please guide me,coz i think the future lies in becoming a mci inspector.
good money and fast money.
where r the ketan desais today
.
aamir khan r u listening.
satyamev jayate.

 
Comment by Smitha Hegde
2012-07-20 10:04:48

When corruption is ruling the country now,it is a good move by the CBI to charge sheat atleast six private medical colleges for violating Medical council of India(MCI) norms.In reality,it should be that only six private medical colleges are following MCI norms. The CBI is unable to function independently due to constant political interference. Most private medical colleges of our country are controlled by politicians of different parties and big business men.There is public belief that Ghulam Nabi Azad, the central health minister is showing all sympathy and support for private medical colleges and allowed them to increase the number of MBBS and MD seats by diluting the rules through board of Governors acting as MCI. When government itself is supporting the private medical colleges, the public has no faith that these six private medical colleges will be punished at all

 
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