On Monday, February 26, the Supreme Court expressed its displeasure over complaints from MBBS interns regarding inadequate stipend payments by medical colleges. Justices Sudhanshu Dhulia and Prasanna B Varale heard a series of writ petitions filed by medical students, with Justice Dhulia particularly vocal about the issue. He criticised medical colleges for charging exorbitant fees, some as high as one crore rupees, yet failing to fulfil their obligation of paying stipends to interns. Justice Dhulia emphasised, "Either you pay them, or you don't have the internship," highlighting the gravity of the situation. Supreme Court Has Approved Logo for Teachers to Use on Their Vehicles? PIB Fact Check Debunks Fake Message Going Viral on Social Media.

SC Displeased with Medical Colleges Over Stipend Issue

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