NEET UG Put Off Till 2014 in Andhra Pradesh

Andhra Pradesh will have EAMCET this year for UG medical admissions, confirmed sources indicated that the state secured an exception after the Chief Minister Kiran Kumar Reddy involved into the matter. Earlier AP wanted to approach high court to seek exemption from NEET UG, you can read the post here. Mr. Reddy has spoken to … Read moreNEET UG Put Off Till 2014 in Andhra Pradesh

AP Wants Both NEET & EAMCET

Andhra Pradesh has a different scenario all together; the State along with Jammu and Kashmir has an exemption to isolate itself from central pool of medical seats. Which means that whether AP joins NEET or not still the medical seats of Andhra Pradesh will not be allotted to non Andhra Pradesh students. Approximately 13000 seats … Read moreAP Wants Both NEET & EAMCET

NEET Not EAMCET in Andhra Pradesh

Andhra Pradesh MBBS aspirants this year will have to work on ‘National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET)’ or also termed as ‘Common Medical Entrance Test’ to be conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on behalf of MCI (via). The proposed NEET UG is expected to be held on May 13, 2012 as reported … Read moreNEET Not EAMCET in Andhra Pradesh

AIIMS & JIPMER Still Good – Despite NEET

Medical Council of India (MCI) will conduct NEET-UG in the month of May 2012, as per a report MCI will exempt AIIMS & JIPMER to conduct their own entrance test without imposing NEET. Which means AIIMS medical entrance test & JIPMER medical entrance test will not be discontinued despite NEET-UG. AFMC medical entrance test for … Read moreAIIMS & JIPMER Still Good – Despite NEET

AP Engg Colleges Trouble Continues

Despite the second phase of EAMCET counseling in the State, the trouble for the Andhra Pradesh Engineering Colleges still continues. The second phase of counseling concluded on September 9, 2011 and fresh allotments has been made yesterday. It really had not helped the State based Engineering Colleges, as many as 160,000 seats still remain vacant … Read moreAP Engg Colleges Trouble Continues