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Doctors: Seats are blocked

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published May 11, 2018, 1:39 am IST
Updated May 11, 2018, 1:39 am IST
Enquiry sought into colleges benefiting from seat blocking.
Neet PG doctors and junior doctors associations have alleged that private medical colleges are blocking the seats in both Telugu-speaking states.
 Neet PG doctors and junior doctors associations have alleged that private medical colleges are blocking the seats in both Telugu-speaking states.

Hyderabad: Neet PG doctors and junior doctors associations have alleged that private medical colleges are blocking the seats in both Telugu-speaking states. 
The doctors’ associations say the Kaloji Narayana Rao University of Health Sciences should take ‘strict measures to prevent seat blocking which is illegal’.

After giving several representations to the KRUHS, the Junior Doctors Association (JUDA) and Health Resource Doctors' Association (HRDA) now demand that the health university lodged a complaint for enquiry into many candidates blocking the management B category seats.

 

Dr G Srinivas, Advisor from JDA said, “On May 2, 2018 Telangana Mq1 (management quota one) verification and counselling was held at Osmania. A few students took seats with the intention of leaving the seats later after second round of counselling by paying the penalty fee so that the seat automatically gets converted to institutional quota. Students pay the penalty as they are getting monetary benefits from private institutions.'”

“Many mid-rankers are still waiting for a chance to take a seat in mq1 as they cannot afford NRI quota or institutional quota seat. If mq1 seats are converted many students will be at a loss. As there is no third round, the seats are getting converted to institutional quota,” he added.

 

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Location: India, Telangana, Hyderabad




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