Medical News Now: The city of Ramanatha is a major centre for the medical industry in the state of Kerala.
This is due to the state’s strong economic and social infrastructure.
But now, after a new law passed in the State Assembly, the city’s government has decided to give a bigger role to its medical colleges.
According to the government, the colleges can now set their own tuition rates, offering a bigger financial support to students who can afford it.
The government has also decided to introduce a special scheme to attract more students to the medical colleges, to make it easier for them to enrol and get the proper training.
For the medical students, the new system will be easier as they can access the scholarships they will get on the first day of their training.
The government also plans to provide scholarships for those who need them the most, including those who have the lowest income in the country.
As per the law, medical colleges are to be funded by the State Government.
The government will set up an account for students’ payments to be made from the account of the medical college, which will be called the Medical College Account.
This will ensure that the medical schools will be able to pay their tuition fees on time and on the schedule, the government has said.
It will also ensure that they will be reimbursed by the government if they are not able to complete their training on time, the ministry has said in a statement.
After the new law was passed, the education ministry had said it would introduce a pilot scheme to enrol students from the medical and dental colleges for medical education.
According to a statement by the state education department, the pilot scheme will allow the state government to provide students the financial assistance they need to get the medical training that they need, so that they can meet the challenges of the post-graduate medical profession.
In the past, the medical education system has been seen as a model for Kerala.
The state government had said that the pilot programme would help students get the training that their parents need to complete the medical career.
“The government intends to offer scholarships for students to take up medical degree and postgraduate training in the medical institutions of the State of Kerala,” the statement said.