Pakistan Medical Commission PMC Islamabad has warning For Private Medical Colleges Not To Take Fee Before Govt Colleges Admission Closing Private Medical Colleges have been requiring applicants to contribute admission fees, which is in violation of The PMC admission policy that is communicated to all medical schools.
PMC issued a caution regarding this issue, stating that it came to the attention of the Commission that private institutions are forcing students who are invited to pay fees, without showing a merit list. The Commission has taken note of the situation and should there is a complaint about this is received by any student, disciplinary action is initiated against the institution under the applicable provisions of law.
In light of this the fact that all private medical and dental colleges are directed to follow the guidelines of the Regulator. They should not charge any fee in fees, without showing the merit list in accordance with the timeframes specified in the regulations.
Warning For Private Medical Colleges Not To Take Fee Before Govt Colleges Admission Closing
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It has been observed in a sense of puzzlement that the private schools are not only breaking the mentioned timelines, but in lieu of uploading a preliminary merit list on the PMC portal, colleges have posted this merit listing on their websites and are requiring students to pay fees.
|Public Medical Colleges 31st December 2023|
|Private Medical Colleges 31st January 2023|
|Public Dental Colleges 15th February 2023|
|Private Dental Colleges 28th February 2023|
The Commission has taken note of this and should the fee be received by any student prior to the end of admissions to the public colleges. Discipline proceedings strict are being initiated against these colleges in accordance with the applicable laws.
In light of the above, private colleges are being urged in their own best interests to strictly adhere to the regulations. They should not publish merit lists, grant admission, or require fees from any student unless admissions are approved by public colleges.