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capitation fee

(kăp″ĭ-tā′shŭn)
The amount paid a health care provider annually from each patient in a medical group plan.
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The book further attempts to establish the combination of forces that were responsible for the rise of the capitation fee and finds that the caste as a source of power and, later, the profit-motives, along with government policies and intervention at various levels, including legislative measures, were also responsible for this.
Therefore, even if RTE doesn't apply to pre- elementary classes, schools can't charge capitation fee for such admissions, the court said.
After everything was brought to attention, Jagathrakshankan who was the Chairman of Balaji Medical College had said in June this year that Capitation fees is banned in the college and that he had no connection with any college.
ost parents are fretting over the high capitation fees demanded by privately managed professional colleges.
The CBI officers alleged the college has been taking capitation fees of ` 8 lakh to ` 10 lakh under the management quota.
If any school is found flouting the guidelines, it shall be punishable with a fine of up to 10 times the capitation fee, or Rs 5 lakh, whichever is more.
Using a nationally based formula, the government pays the company a capitation fee that can exceed the retiree drug subsidy by $100 to $200 per member per year.
There have been reports of adoption of unfair practices in admission and related matters by institutions for higher education and exploitation of students by charging capitation fee.
It will help clamp down on unscrupulous practices in institutions, on capitation fee and delays in teacher- management disputes, and is, therefore, bound to affect the interests of those who are allegedly involved in the running of private educational institutes.
The common entrance examination would help in getting rid of the menace of capitation fee.
No capitation fee and screening or interview of the child or her parents.
The Union cabinet gave the go-ahead to a Bill that makes the charging of capitation fee by institutes a 'criminal offence'.