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Private medical colleges should not increase tuition fees – Medical Education Minister Amit Deshmukh

Mumbai (Maharashtra): Apart from government hospitals and colleges, private medical colleges also worked with a service-oriented attitude during the Kovid-19 period. Medical education minister Amit Deshmukh has appealed to the association of private medical colleges and dental colleges not to increase the tuition fees charged by students this year. Medical education minister Amit Deshmukh has appealed to the association of private medical colleges and dental colleges not to increase the tuition fees charged by students this year.

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