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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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Finally, there is a discussion on the socio-political and educational implications of the capitation fee phenomenon-how it reflects persisting inequalities and the elitist base of the education system while lowering educational standards.
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.
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.
Collection of large amount by way of capitation fee running into crores of rupees for MBBS and post- graduate seats, exorbitant fee, donation, etc, by many of such self- financing institutions has kept the meritorious and financially poor students away from those institutions," the bench observed.
Therefore, even if RTE doesn't apply to pre- elementary classes, schools can't charge capitation fee for such admissions, the court said.
ost parents are fretting over the high capitation fees demanded by privately managed professional colleges.
The Bangalore- based anticorruption branch of the CBI registered a case two months ago against unknown officials of the college and the Central Council of Indian Medicine ( CCIM) on charges of cheating, corruption and collecting huge capitation fee from students.
The sleuths were also looking for evidence to corroborate information that these educational institutions have been illegally demanding and taking capitation fee for admission to various graduate courses, including engineering and technology, business management and medical science.
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.
5mn as capitation fees since most institutions in Gujarat are owned by private companies.