Kathmandu, Sept 4 : The Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) has issued directive to the Ministry of Education and Institute of Medicine (IoM) not to cut off Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) and Bachelor Level in Ayurvedic Science (BAMS) seats at TU Teaching Hospital allocated for general public under open quotas.

The CIAA’s directive came as a response to a complaint filed against an increment of quotas for the children of TU teachers and staffs by reducing seats under open quotas. The CIAA Thursday sent letter to the Ministry of Education, TU, IOM and Nepal Medical Council directing them to stick to the previous arrangement.”

Earlier, the IoM announced an increment in MBBS and BAMS quota for the children of TU teachers and staff citing the decision of TU Executive Council. RSS