Honest doctors only

FOR years, the Higher Education Ministry’s no objection certificate (NOC) and clearance letter (CL) – a form of quality control for students who studied in higher education institutions overseas – were plagued with allegations of forgery, especially among unqualified medical students.

Since 2016, The Star has been highlighting how students who do not qualify for medicine, pharmacy, veterinary studies, dentistry and aviation, were being guaranteed places in universities abroad – thanks to dubious and unscrupulous agents.

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