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PG Med courses counselling from Apr 3

Written by: Staff

Vijayawada, Mar 24 (UNI) The NTR University of Health Sciences (NTRUHS) will conduct counselling for post-graduate medical courses from April 3.

Varsity Registrar Prof P Jayakar Babu said candidates qualified in the post-graduate medical entrance test held on February 25 2006, should attend the counselling.

The counselling would be based on the state-wide merit/ranking in the respective categories following roster point system, he told reporters here today.

He said separate roster system would be followed for each university area and the counselling would be held simultaneously in Siddhartha Medical College, Osmania Medical College, Andhra University, Osmania University and Sri Venkateswara University.

The registrar said candidates can opt for state-wide seats meant for local candidates of their university local area besides 15 per cent of unreserved seats of all the three university local areas.

The available seats and the roster points would be posted in the university's website (http://www.Ntruhs.Ap.Nic.In) one day before the commencement of the counselling, he added.

He asked the physically-challenged candidates to report before the medical board constituted by the University on April 3 for confirmation of the status of the disability.

The board would examine the certificates of the candidates and also physically verify the nature of disability as per the guidelines of the Medical Council of India.

He said the candidates cleared by the board would only be eligible for the seats reserved under the PHC quota.

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