Bedi also said if a legislation was framed and sent to her "she will immediately forward it to the Centre for its nod."
The legislation would avert the necessity to go in for negotiation with the managements of the college to finalise the quota every year as was the case now, she added.
The Medical council of India had already maintained that there would be no postponement of the dates of counselling of admission of students to three private medical colleges under management quota.
"The secretary to the Council had responded to the Chief Minister V Narayanasamy's letter seeking postponement of the counselling date for admission under management quota and clarified that the schedule of counselling should be strictly adhered to lest it should give rise to contempt," she pointed out.
The schedule of counselling was set by the Supreme Court and "we cannot escape from the schedule according to our convenience," she said.
The Lt Governor welcomed the suggestion of the opposition AIADMK (Amma) for a special session of the Puducherry Assembly to adopt a legislation or a resolution to fix 50 percent quota in private medical colleges under government quota.
She also urged the government to revamp the Centralised Admission Committee (CENTAC), a government authorised panel to conduct counselling.
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