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PG Medical counselling from June 25 in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh States

June 20, 2014 - Hyderabad

Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences (NTRUHS) on Friday issued notification for filling of seats in the Post Graduate courses in medical colleges.

Rector Dr.Ramanamma while releasing the notification said that the counseling will be held for two days on June 25 and 26 while for reservation categories, it will be held on June 27 and 28. The counselling for service category will be held on the last two days. Sources said that there are 1,193 seats in government medical colleges and 1.289 seats in private medical colleges in both Andhra Pradesh and Telangana States. Dr. Ramanamma said that the delay was due to the demand for increase of tuition fee by private medical colleges. However, following the discussions with the Telangana State Chief Secretary Rajiv Sharma, they have agreed to go ahead with the existing fee structure for the current academic year. The second phase of counselling will be from July 6. Dr.Ramanamma said that the Medical Council of India has directed to complete the counseling by June 30 and admissions to be completed by July 10.

Counselling from June 25

University Registrar S Babulal said that the counselling for non-service category students will be held on June 25 from Rank 1 to 90 and on June 26, from Rank 901-4000. The counselling for reservation category students will be on June 27 from Rank 1-500 and on June 28 from Rank 1501-last rank. The Registrar said that the counselling for service category open students will be held on June 29 for all ranks and for reservation students on June 30.

No change in fee structure

The fee for Government and private medical colleges under the convener quota is Rs.10, 600 and Rs.13,600. The fee under management quota in private medical colleges for Clinical Degree and Diploma courses is Rs.2,90,000, for Para Clinical Degree and Diploma courses Rs.80,000 and Pre-clinical Degree course Rs.30,000.

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