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According to the state's medical education department, 181 seats in government medical colleges in Gujarat, 22 in Himachal Pradesh, 20 in Haryana, and 45 seats in Punjab have been earmarked for NRI quota.
Even in these states, the annual fee for MBBS from the NRI quota is between Rs 13 lakh and Rs 19 lakh.
The Medical Education Department of Gujarat claimed that only students whose parents or themselves are NRIs are admitted under the NRI quota.
Apart from these five states, the BBC also spoke to the Medical Education Department of Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, and Andhra Pradesh, which claimed that the NRI quota is currently available only in private medical colleges in their state.
But what are the effects of admission of students under the NRI quota in government medical colleges? On this, former President of the Indian Medical Association and Padma Shri award conferred doctor KK Aggarwal presented another point of view in a conversation with the BBC.
Dr. KK Aggarwal emphasized that if the government is doing all this to earn money, then it is wrong.
He said, "The better situation would have been that the government would have kept the increased seats for the students of India itself. In the present situation, I am with the protesting doctors of Rajasthan."