LAHROE - Students seeking admission in the various medical colleges have welcomed the decision of newly elected Chief Minister Punjab, Mian Shahbaz Sharif wherein he has ordered to end the seats specified for the self-finance scheme and they have said that in this way hard working students could be able to get admission on merit in the colleges. People belonging to middle class including students and their parents both were happy over the announcement while those belonging to well off families have not expressed their pleasure over the same. Some of the students were of the view that self finance system is not in favour of poor and hard working people and their children as they lose their admission some time quite for one to two marks and on the other hand students having very poor academic record get admission in the colleges just for having lot of money. One Armaghan Khan resident of Bilal Colony Daroughawala said that his father was shopkeeper and retired Railway officer and her mother was a school teacher and they could not afford to get him admitted in the medical colleges on self finance scheme. An other student Adeel Ikram Syed said that the announcement of abolishing the self finance scheme was not sufficient but the Chief Minister should not only increase the seats in medical colleges in Punjab but also the number of colleges in the province. He recalled the number of announced medical colleges in Punjab by former governor Punjab including Sargodha, Sialkot and Lahore and said that present government should immediately expedite the work in these colleges and admission in these institution would also be announced shortly.