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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala has urged the government to take urgent steps to stop self-financing colleges from squeezing money out of aspiring MBBS students.  

“There are instruction that during the admission time no other fee other than the tuition fee and admission fee should be charged. But many colleges are throwing this to wind and charging fees arbitrarily at the time of admission.

Certain colleges are charging lakhs of rupees from students on various accounts. If they happen to change college, these fees are not refunded,” he said.

Ramesh Chennithala also alleged that certain colleges have breached the high court order that bank guarantee should not be received from students. “Now, the colleges are taking signed cheques instead of bank guarantee. This is also violation of law. This should not be allowed and this is tantamount to holding them hostages,” he said.

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