Medical colleges cannot start new course without permission from Central government: Supreme Court

The Court also held that before the permission of the Central government is sought by the college, the procedure under Section 13A of the Indian Medicine Central Council Act has to be complied with.
Medical colleges cannot start new course without permission from Central government: Supreme Court
Justice Nageswara Rao, Justice BR Gavai and Supreme court

The Supreme Court on Monday held that under the Indian Medicine Central Council Act, no medical college can open a new course, or postgraduate course, or course of study or training without the prior approval of the Central government [Central Council for Indian Medicine v. Karnataka Ayurveda Medical College].

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