PoliticsChief Minister of Jharkhand, Hemant Soren, requests National Medical Commission (NMC) president...

    Chief Minister of Jharkhand, Hemant Soren, requests National Medical Commission (NMC) president to allow fresh medical admission.

    The Chief Minister of Jharkhand, Hemant Soren, has written a letter to the President of the National Medical Council (NMC), requesting him not to stop the admission of medical students in Dumka, Hazaribagh, and Palamu medical colleges of Jharkhand and reconsider his decision of not granting new access of medical students in the State.
    The admission for medical for the session of 2020-2021 has begun after the NEET results were out. However, the National Medical Commission has directed that there will be no fresh admission into three new medical colleges in the State, Dumka, Hazaribagh, and Palamu, for academic session 2020-21. The reason given was the lack of infrastructure quality in these medical colleges, hence barring new admissions.
    On the announcement of the NEET 2020 results, admission processes had started in these three colleges of the State. However, the National Medical Commission (NMC) decision of not allowing fresh admission in these colleges has come to the students as a shock. The Chief Minister of Jharkhand, Hemant Soren, has said that the unexpected stopping of admission to these medical colleges has come out as a “shock wave” to the students of Jharkhand, the “poor, backward and tribal State,” who were eagerly seeking admission in these Medical Colleges & were too hopeful of not only getting admission there but also gaining success in their field and career. Mr. Soren also said that the candidates were “very hopeful and excited” after the news of these colleges’ opening was out.
    Speaking about the infrastructure of these three newly launched medical colleges in the State, The Chief Minister of Jharkhand, Hemant Soren, mentioned that due to the lockdown which had been imposed because of the sudden outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, some infrastructure work is incomplete & still needs to be done with. However, the state government is not only aware of this fact but also ready to take care of fulfilling all the needs of its students & the norms of the council.
    An official release that was issued on Friday, November 6, 2020, said that The Chief Minister of Jharkhand, Hemant Soren, had written a letter to the National Medical Commission (NMC), stating that there is some pending work in these newly inaugurated medical colleges which is yet to be completed & was not completed due to the lockdown. However, he assured that the Jharkhand state government is ready to fulfill the infrastructure requirements following the council’s norms & urged NMC to consider their issues & understand the situation so that the hopes of these aspiring candidates are not hampered & let down. He specifically mentioned that the “infrastructured deficiencies would be rectified by November’ 30, 2020, positively.”
    The Medical Council of India had earlier permitted 100 students in each of these three newly set colleges of Jharkhand set up in Hazaribagh, Palamau, and Dumka by upgrading the district hospitals which were previously set there. And hence, the admission process was completed for the academic year 2019-20. Sources say that the infrastructure of these college buildings was almost complete last year, and Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated all the three campuses.

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