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Dozens of nursing colleges in Madhya Pradesh are found by the CBI to be devoid of students, teachers, and infrastructure

  • Posted on February 12, 2024
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A comprehensive investigation by the CBI into nursing colleges in Madhya Pradesh has unearthed a disturbing reality. Findings reveal numerous colleges operating without students, teachers, or proper infrastructure. The report, submitted to the High Court, highlights grave irregularities, jeopardizing public health. The investigation was prompted by petitions citing fraudulent practices.

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The CBI's probe into nursing colleges in Madhya Pradesh has uncovered shocking revelations. Dozens of colleges, including those in Bhopal, Gwalior, Bhind, and Vidisha, were found devoid of students, teachers, and adequate infrastructure.

Ordered by the High Court in April 2023, the investigation aimed to address concerns over clandestine operations jeopardizing public health. The report detailed findings from 25 colleges, exposing a dire lack of compliance with regulations.

According to standards set by the Indian Nursing Council and the Madhya Pradesh Nurses Registration Council, colleges must meet specific infrastructure criteria. However, most colleges inspected fell short, with many lacking even basic facilities.

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Among the flagged institutions were Krisha Devi College of Nursing, Jai Hind College, and 3M College of Nursing, all found to be operating below standards or entirely closed. Even colleges still running face infrastructure deficiencies, compromising the quality of education.

In Gwalior, several colleges faced closure due to non-compliance with regulations. Ayush College of Nursing, for instance, lacked essential facilities despite its operational status.

Additionally, the BM School of Nursing in Vidisha and colleges in Bhind faced similar issues, indicating a widespread crisis in the nursing education sector.

The investigation, prompted by public interest litigations, underscores the urgent need for regulatory reforms in the education sector. As hearings continue in the High Court, the spotlight remains on ensuring accountability and rectifying the systemic failures plaguing nursing colleges in Madhya Pradesh.

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