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The Minister said that 200 students would be paid the amount after processing the applications from October 24. This assistance is available recurrently every year till the student completes the medical course.
The annual income of the parents or guardians should not exceed Rs 1.5 lakhs, he said.
A batch of 200 students also admitted under government quota through the CENTAC of the engineering courses in privately managed institutions here would be provided an assistance of Rs 12,500 each.
This will also be available recurrently every year till the students completed the course. While the assistance for the medical course would be available retrospectively from last academic year (2002-2003) the engineering students would get the assistance from the current year only (2003-2004).
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