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Counselling for MBBS/BDS courses from Jul 14

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Vijayawada, Jul 6 (UNI) The Dr NTR University of Health Sciences today announced that the counselling for admission to MBBS/BDS courses for 2006-2007 would be held from July 14 to 20.

Informing this to reporters, University Registrar P Jayakar Babu said rank holders of EMACET-2006, who submitted their application were eligible to attend the counselling at any one of the five centres of their choice at JNT University, Osmania University in Hyderabad, Andhra University in Visakhpatnam, Acharaya Nagarjuna University in Guntur and SV University at Tirupati.

He said counselling for open competition seats in government and private colleges in phase one would be conducted from July 14 to 16 Rank holders from one to 6,000 would be called for counselling during these three days.

In phase two and three (re-allotment of college to the reserved category candidates like BCs, SCs and STs selected under OC and seats reserved for BCs, SCs and STs) would be taken up from July 17 to 20.

Dr Babu said on July 17, counselling for candidates of four BC categories--A B C and D, SC and ST would be held from rank one to 4,000, and on July 18 candidates of BC(A) and BC(D) would be called for counselling from 4,001 to 16,000 and 4,001 to 14,000 ranks respectively.

Counselling for rank holders from 4,001 to 15,000 of BC(B) and BC (C) would be held on July 19 and those from 4,001 to 21,000 of SC and 4,001 to 40,000 for ST on July 20, he added.

The details of seats available in various colleges would be displayed on July 13 at the NTR University and on the varsity's website, one day before the counselling, he added.

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