Action against 7 colleges

 The State government on Friday made a submission before the High Court that it has registered criminal complaints against seven Ayurveda Medical Colleges in the State, which have lured students to take admission even in the absence of requisite recognition.

The government also assured the court that necessary action would be initiated against these erring colleges.

Hearing the submission, a Division Bench comprising Chief Justice Vikramajit Sen and Justice B V Nagarathna disposed of the related appeal filed by TMAE Society’s Ayurvedic Medical College and Hospital.

The college was established in 1992 and is imparting Bachelors course in Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery in Shimoga.

It has sought permission to admit students for the academic year 2012-13, after the Central Council of Indian Medicine and the Central Government had refused permission.

The Bench further directed the government to take appropriate action against seven Ayurveda Medical Colleges in the State for playing with the life of 317 students.

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