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Medical admissions stayed in Maharashtra
September 12, 2003 17:10 IST
The Maharashtra government on Friday stayed admissions to various medical courses following strong protests by students over the exorbitant fees in private institutions.
"We have also requested the Mumbai high court to grant us seven days' period to sort out the fee issue," Joint Director of Medical Education Dr Wasudev Tayade, the competent authority for the admission process, said in Mumbai.
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