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Managements to abide by verdict

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KOCHI, JULY 29. The Association of Kerala Self Financing Medical, Dental, Ayurveda and Siddha Colleges today said that it would abide by the interim order given by the Supreme Court on the Kerala Self Financing Professional College Act.

The chairman of the association, George Paul, said that colleges would admit students as per the interim order given by the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court has said in its order that students will pay fees as per the recommendations made by the K.T.Thomas Committee for the academic year 2004-2005.

Mr.Paul said that the Rs.1.13-lakh fee recommended by the committee for a student getting admission for MBBS course was unviable.

He said that the petition challenging the fee structure recommended by the Committee is pending before the Kerala High Court.

The Kerala Self Financing Engineering Colleges Association today welcomed the interim order given by the Supreme Court.

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