LAHORE University of Health Sciences has restrained two private medical colleges of the city from making admissions for the session 2011-12, sources claimed on Thursday. Two more colleges were under microscope and could be restrained from making admission for eth same session, sources added. They revealed that nine private medical colleges were being run by the influential people of the country but most of them were not meeting standards set by Pakistan Medical & Dental Council and UHS. The medical colleges which were restrained by UHS from admissions included The Akhtar Saeed Medical & Dental College and Continental Medical college. Sources claimed that Affiliation Committee of UHS visited Continental Medical College and submitted its report to UHS and Report of Affiliation Committee pertaining to visit of Continental Medical College Lahore, was considered in 23rd meeting of the Syndicate held on January 27, 2011 and the following decisions were made. The Continental Medical College will provide following information for the perusal of Syndicate. Photocopy of the manual pay roll for the last two years by end of day. Evidence of disbursement of Salaries to employees for the period of last 2 years by end of day. Ratio of student to occupied beds in the hospital within 1 week. Detail of inpatient record for the last 4 years showing the names and addresses of the patients for the last 4.years, within 3 weeks. Attested list of Books and subscribed journals available in the Library within 1 week. The committee in its report further said that the deficiencies observed during the visit of Affiliation Committee will be handed over to Continental Medical College. The college will submit its comments on the observations within one week. In he light of the report of the affiliation committee The Continental Medical College was restrained from making admissions for the session 2011-12 due to grossly inadequate teaching and training facilities in clinical sciences. The Akhtar Saeed Medical & Dental College was also restrained from making admissions for the session 2011-12 on the same grounds. A surprise inspection of the college/hospital will be carried out to assess if the deficiencies reported by the Affiliation Committee have been rectified or not. Office bearers of the PMA have said that there was no facility of clinical training in the said colleges and they were creating quacks rather than doctors after getting huge charges and fees from the innocent students.