Kathmandu, July 4: Minister for Education, Science and Technology, Devendra Paudel, has said the government is committed to implementing medical education fees recommended by it. As he said, action will be taken if any of the medical colleges is proved to have been overcharging students.
He was airing his replies in regard to issues raised during the discussions on the Madan Bhandari University of Science and Technology Bill, 2076 BS in a meeting of the House of Representatives today,
He urged lawmakers to update the government if they have any clues about the violation of fees chart by any medical college.
The Medical Education Commission is mandated to look after the business relating to medical education and in the case of the University, its office bearers will have such responsibilities, according to the minister.
Expressing his solidarity with the opinion of lawmakers that any move to resort to protests whether it was padlocking or a strike in university was wrong, and mutual talks and dialogues were vital to finding a solution to any problem, he stressed that the academic schedule should not be affected under any circumstances. (RSS)