The Madras High Court has pulled up medical colleges in the state which continue to function without remedying deficiencies in infrastructure.
In a recent judgement rendered by Justices SM Subramanian and Nooty Ramamohana Rao (retd.), the Court had directed the Medical Council of India (MCI) to recover high compensatory fines in such cases, in proportion to the number of students who have had to complete their medical education in such lacking environments.
The matter arose in the . . .
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