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January 18, 2021

The Chhattisgarh

Beyond The Region

Mr. Bhupesh Baghel: Government will provide admission to students of Sudur Zone in private medical colleges

In a sensitive initiative, Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, Sudur zone of the state where due to network and other technical reasons Neat qualified promising students who could not register for counseling at the scheduled time, now they are getting paid seats in private colleges of the state. But instructions have been given to get admission. The future will now be the future of these promising children. This is the first time after the creation of Chhattisgarh state that children will be admitted to the payment seats of private colleges for MBBS at the expense of the state government.

Chief Minister Mr. Baghel has said that there should be no compromise with the future of any child. Chief Minister Mr. Baghel has instructed the district administration to take necessary action for admission in MBBS of all such promising children of remote tribal areas of the state. It is worth mentioning that as soon as it came to the notice of Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel that 27 promising students of Dantewada district who have qualified NEET but due to network problem, they could not register for the first counseling. As soon as the information was received in this regard, the district administration tried to register at their level and at the national level they were registered before second counseling, but these students were denied selection. There was no second opportunity for registration in the state, they could not be registered. After the first counseling, two students Kumari Padma Maday and Piyusha Beck are eligible for admission in MBBS. Following the instructions of the Chief Minister, Collector Dantewada is processing the admission of these girl students in private colleges of the state. The Chief Minister also said that further if any of these students are found eligible for admission after the cut-up, then they too will be admitted to the payment seats of private colleges and the state government will bear the expenses.