AP Plans To Move Govt. Medical Seats To Management Quota

Andhra Pradesh government after opposing NEET UG 2012 strongly wants to move government college medical seats (40% of them) to management quota. Earlier 100% of the seats in government medical colleges were filled purely through merit in EAMCET; State government wants to part ways to it soon reports Deccan Chronicle.

At present there are 13 government medical colleges in Andhra Pradesh with an intake of about 1,500 seats. The tuition fee in government colleges is Rs 10,000 per annum and 100% of seats were filled through EAMCET counseling.

The objective behind the proposed move is unclear, this may become another breaking news in Andhra Pradesh. The state is already suffering with Telangana agitation, protest and bandhs on a regular basis. Valuable time was lost due to closed doors of colleges and schools during the Telangana agitation, the new move from government will create panic especially for economically backward class people.

The fee bar for medical seat through management quota is going to be Rs 260,000 per annum which is infeasible for a middle class born student. With only 60% seats for merit the poor, deserving merit students will suffer.

What do you think?

Links to articles

Management seats to cost Rs 2.6 lakh

40% mbbs seats diverted to management

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22 comments on “AP Plans To Move Govt. Medical Seats To Management Quota

  1. Do not say, ” You are bad”, say only,”You are good”, but be better. Do all your duties in the world, but keep your mind on God. Gods bless those families Where women are happy and well treated. DONT PLAY GAMES THROUGH STUDENTS FUTURE. This is very too much Vote bank politics. JAI HIND

  2. Anewali Peediyom ko Dushtachar se Bachane Keliye Har Gar Me Eke Sita Rama Raju Ka Jarurat Hai

  3. the game changer says:

    Amendment to pave way for holding NEET from 2013
    WEDNESDAY, 21 DECEMBER 2011 23:11 ARCHANA JYOTI | NEW DELHI HITS: 26
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    Determined to postpone the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) 2012 for medical graduates by a year, the Health Ministry is seeking amendment to a notification that would legally pave way for holding the test from 2013.

    The move comes in the wake of the Supreme Court’s recent refusal to accept its demand to defer conducting of the NEET, scheduled for May 13, 2012 for the next academic session of 2013-14.

    “Since the apex court has refused to intervene in the matter, now we have no option but to amend the notification (dated December 21, 2010) to postpone the examination date for May 2013. The Medical Council of India (MCI) has already sent a proposal in this regard to the Health Ministry for its approval,” sources told The Pioneer.

    However, the case has brought to the fore the ineffectiveness of the present Board of Governors (BOG) of the MCI, headed by Dr KK Talwar, which remained a mute spectator in the whole episode. In fact, it acted as desired by the Health Ministry, which was opposed to NEET from the day it was conceived in 2010 by the MCI BOG led by Dr SK Sarin.

    Sources said, the current BOG could have appealed the Court to allow it to hold the NEET in the non-objecting states. “The CBSE was ready to hold the examination. Conducting it in some states would have given the Council an idea about the logistics as well as its efficacy.”

    Last year, the MCI had submitted before the court that the notification had been approved by the Centre as early as in August 2010, a claim contested by the Health Ministry.

    Clearly under pressure from the Ministry, the MCI made a U-turn in the court recently saying that with many States such as Goa and Maharashtra opposing the national-level common entrance test at under-graduate and post graduate levels, it is not in a position to implement it from 2012-13.

  4. Prince says:

    today i called aipmt office..
    I asked about the possibility of aipmt or neet in 2012..
    She told me that cbse has yet not decided about the
    exam to be conducted in 2012…
    She told me that cbse is waiting for sc decison on 10th
    jan.. “Decison would come out after 1st week of jan” she
    added…
    If u dont belive then call@01122509259

  5. MUNNA BHAI MBBS says:

    what’s going on this country mci has no permission for postponment of neet 2012 from suprem court while they submitted application for not holding neet in 2012 to high court.. ? any idea?

  6. the game changer says:

    LADIES AND GENTLEMAN AM BACK WITH A BANG …….. I FEEL PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE FOLLOWING :

    National med exam from 2013-14: MCI
    Rosy Sequeira, TNN | Dec 20, 2011, 01.29AM IST

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    MUMBAI: The Medical Council of India (MCI) on Monday told the Bombay High Court that it would not implement the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) for the academic year 2012-13, but would do so the following year.

    NEET is a single admission process for MBBS and post-graduate medical courses throughout the country. A division bench of Justice Dhananjay Chandrachud and Justice Amjad Sayed were hearing petitions filed by the state government, the Association of Medical Colleges (AMC) and students. They challenged MCI’s notifications of December 21, 2010 and November 11, 2011, prescribing and finalising the syllabus for NEET.

    AMC’s advocate informed the court that on December 8, 2011, the Aurangabad bench had stayed the exams. She said three other high courts (Madras, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka) in the country have also stayed NEET. “The Aurangabad bench is of the opinion that the syllabus is based on CBSE,” she said.

    The MCI advocate submitted that NEET would be implemented not for academic year 2012-13 but for 2013-14. The judges said that in view of MCI’s statement, the students would not be under undue stress. “They will get enough time to prepare themselves,” said Justice Chandrachud.

    Advocate Ashutosh Kumbhakoni, appearing for some students, said, “If they are not implementing NEET, then the whole issue gets resolved.” He urged the court to permit DMER to proceed with preparations for holding the Common Entrance Test.

    The judges directed the MCI to put its say in an affidavit and posted the hearing for December 21.

  7. MUNNA BHAI MBBS says:

    m agree with the statement after implimantaion of neet managseat structure not going to change so no role of neet in this matter. if government wants to raise fund through the manag seats fee for the improvement of other medical services or any thing then idont think they are doing wrong.. sometime they may establish the new medical college. so let them do what they want

  8. gangs says:

    by postponing NEET by 2 years the purpose has now getting clearer! same is the case with other states also ‘ for each action there has to be a reason’. every one of those against a fair system is a party to the loot. ultimately those who cannot afford are sufferers’ knowledge and brilliance’ are of NO value

    • rajput says:

      i agree ….. their purpose of postponing neet is becoming clear…… but sc should interfere in this matter ………. i don’t say bring neet so fast but plz stop such things .
      why should students suffer ……….

  9. b k gupta says:

    Rs. 2,60,000 is the whole money is to be paid. What about black money to be paid before the admission. Normally, package in pvt medical college is 35-40 lacs. Therefore , capitation fee in black will be (35 lacs-13 lacs) =22 Lacs. Black money i.e. cash component will be approx. Rs. 22 -27 Lacs. Suppose after the proposed plan , Mgt quota seats available are 50% of approx 4000=2000 Nos. Black money generation will be Rs. 22 Lac X2000 Seats =Rs. 44000 lac i.e.approx Rs. 440 Cr .Additionally, in Pvt Medical colleges Money is paid every semester by majorities of Munnabhai for going to higher class , (Rs. 1.5 Lac-Rs. 2.0 lac per semester) + Attendance money= This comes to Rs. 2.0 Lac/per student/semester . Black money generation will be Rs. 2lac X10 Semester x 2000 seats =Rs. 40000 lac , approx Rs. 400 Cr. It means AP is getting reacher by almost Rs.840 -1000 Cr (Rs. 440 Cr+Rs. 400 Cr.per year. ). But certainly this will enrich swiss account. Go ahead AP, this is the reason you were facing language problem, difference in syllabus, shortage of time at the time NEET proposal. Salute to the state of Jagan Mohan Reddy Sir.

    • rajput says:

      dude when was the last time u visited hospital ………..
      we are not supporting such an issue but at the same time don’t support the false statements written by u here ……… u seem to be a special case on this forum …… it seems u have suffered a lot through this corruption …………….
      anyway management seats will still remain management seats even after neet …….. so shut up .

      ap govt. is doing wrong , we all know that but at the same time don’t exagerate this issue …….

      • b k gupta says:

        why are u getting so harsh? It is the reality .The fact can not be ignored. Once u go for admission , present rates are higher than this.

  10. MUNNA BHAI MBBS says:

    good decision by government. 260000 is not too much money.. everyone can afford

  11. Game Over says:

    India mein har cheez ka jugad hai. Neet hone se pehle hi inlogon ne apna jugad laga liya.

  12. sameer dudhe says:

    they are shame less bunch of a******s. they should be stopped from doing such a crime . andhra pradesh and karnataka are the two most corrupt states in the country .
    kill these reddy idiots eating money ………….

  13. D B Sarkar says:

    AP govt ko gali dene layak koi ganda word nahi mere pas…. I think no one has that appropriate word…
    But my question to NEET supporters who are of the opinion that NEET will end the corruption……. ???????
    Before Corruption ends….. all MBBS seats will be sold for ever…. !!!!!!

    • b k gupta says:

      NEET will certainly stop corruption as no merit manipulation is expected keeping in view of past CBSE track records. Further, being govt agency , they will have more transparency than pvt colleges. NEET is being introduced to end this corruption , being one of the motive behind multiple exams.

  14. Subhankar says:

    Is AP govt. crazy?

    • D B Sarkar says:

      @Subhankar
      AP govt. is not crazy… its a big tragedy…!!!!! Do you guess why…????
      Answer >> 40 % govt seats will be transferred to management quota…. it is crystal clear that 40% out of 50-51% General Category seats ..you know…
      The AP govt has no constitutional right to transfer any Reserved seats…. So by this act The CM will gain political millage … shame on vote bank politics…..MERA BHARAT MAHAN…..?????

  15. GURU says:

    sach kaha jatt dost fir b health ministry ko apne word wapas nahi lene chahiye

  16. RISE OF JATT says:

    kya baat hai …… sale neet se isliye exemption mang rahe the …….. shame on these a***** ……..
    agar neet ata hai to sabse pehle in pe lagao …….

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