Good news for students enrolled in paramedical, the course will run on ‘no profit – no loss’

There is good news for students who are enrolled in paramedical courses at Doon Medical College. This course will run on ‘No Profit – No Loss’. In such a case, students will be charged a minimum fee. The state government had decided to run paramedical courses in government medical colleges only last year.

Last year, the colleges did not show interest and the course could not be started. But this time the Doon Medical College administration has taken this initiative. The college administration believes that the need for a paramedical college is being felt to deal with the shortage of human resources. Hence, courses in radiology, lab, and OT technician are being started from this year. These include 30 seats of B.Sc Radiology, while 15 seats in other courses. The HNB University of Medical Education conducted the Nursing and Paramedical Entrance Examination in July.

Through this, admissions are to be made at Doon Medical College. Medical Superintendent Dr. KK Tamta said that a meeting was held on Monday under the chairmanship of Dr. Pankaj Pandey, Secretary in-charge of the Government. In which it was decided that this course will be run at a low fee. It has been decided to run on ‘No Profit – No Loss’. Admission to paramedical course fees are not fixed due to admission in all paramedical colleges are pending.

With the session falling behind, the year of youth wishing to pursue a career in paramedical has come to an end. HNB University of Medical Education had conducted the entrance examination on 21 July and the result was also released on 20 August. The first round of counseling took place from October 14 to 20, but due to the non-determination of fees, the result of the paramedical is not being released.

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