“Supreme Court Orders NMC to Provide Stipend Details for MBBS Interns Across All States”

“In a significant development concerning the payment of stipends to doctors during their MBBS internships, the Supreme Court on April 1 issued a decisive directive to the National Medical Commission (NMC), urging them to furnish detailed information on the stipend status across medical colleges in all states.

The Court highlighted the NMC’s failure to provide comprehensive data on all medical colleges nationwide, noting the non-compliance of an earlier directive issued on September 15, 2023. This directive had requested the NMC to present a tabulated chart addressing whether 70% of medical colleges fail to pay any stipend to interns or pay an amount below the minimum stipulated amount. Additionally, it sought clarification on the measures being taken by the NMC to enforce stipend payment norms.

Expressing dissatisfaction with the incomplete details provided by the NMC, a bench comprising Justices Sudhanshu Dhulia and Prasanna B Varale instructed the commission to rectify this within four weeks.

During previous hearings, the bench expressed concerns over medical colleges inadequately compensating interns despite charging substantial fees. Justice Dhulia criticized the colleges for their stance, emphasizing that if they charge exorbitant fees, they should also fulfill their obligation to pay stipends.

Advocate Tanvi Dubey, representing the petitioners, highlighted that even Foreign Medical Graduates (FMGs) were not receiving stipends. The Court, expressing discontent, observed that FMGs should not be treated differently.

Case Title: Abhishek Yadav and others v. Army College of Medical Sciences | W.P.(C) No. 730/2022

The Court has scheduled the matter for a final hearing on May 6, 2024, after considering the submissions.”

“JEE Main 2024 Admit Cards Released for April Session Paper 2 at jeemain.nta.ac.in”

The National Testing Agency (NTA) has officially released the JEE Main 2024 admit card for Paper 2, covering B. Arch and B. Planning, for the session 2 exams on April 3, 2024. Candidates who have successfully registered can visit the official website at jeemain.nta.ac.in to access their admit cards. To download the admit card, candidates will need to provide their application number and date of birth.

The NTA will conduct the JEE 2024 Session 2 exams for Paper 2A (B. Arch), Paper 2B (B. Planning), and the combined Paper 2A & 2B (B. Arch & B. Planning) on April 12, 2024. It’s essential for candidates to bring a printed copy of their admit card and a government-approved ID proof on the day of the exam.

How to Download the JEE Main 2024 Admit Card for April Session:

  1. Visit the official NTA website: jeemain.nta.ac.in.
  2. Navigate to the “Latest News” section on the homepage.
  3. Click on the link for “JEE Main 2024 Session 2 Paper 2 Admit Card”.
  4. Enter your application number and date of birth, then click “Submit”.
  5. Your admit card will appear on the screen. Check all the details carefully.
  6. Save and download the admit card to have it for the day of the exam.

For direct access to the JEE Main 2024 Session 2 Paper 2 B. Arch and B. Planning Admit Card, use the active link provided.

Should there be any issues downloading the admit card or discrepancies found within it, candidates are advised to contact the NTA help desk at 011-40759000 or via email at jeemain@nta.ac.in for assistance.

Record-Breaking NEET-UG Registrations Surpass 25 Lakh Applicants

In an unprecedented milestone, the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Undergraduate (NEET-UG) registrations have shattered previous records, with over 25 lakh candidates applying for the medical entrance examination. This surge in applications marks a historic first for NEET UG, highlighting an increased interest in pursuing medical and allied health sciences education in India. The deadline for registration, which was on a Saturday, saw a flurry of activity, with a large number of students submitting their applications up until the late evening.

This year’s NEET-UG, scheduled for May 5th, has witnessed a remarkable increase in registrations, with the count reaching more than 25 lakh, a significant jump of over 4.2 lakh applicants from the previous year, 2023. Among these applicants, a striking majority of over 55%, equivalent to more than 13 lakh, are female candidates. This demographic shift underscores a growing trend of female students aspiring for careers in the medical field.

NEET-UG serves as the gateway to approximately 2.5 lakh seats in various medical and allied health sciences courses across the country. These include around 1,10,000 MBBS seats, over 26,000+ BDS (Dental) seats, 30000+ Ayurveda and a substantial number of seats in Unani, Homeopathy, Veterinary, and Nursing courses. The sheer volume of applicants this year reflects the competitive nature of the examination and the high demand for medical education in India.

In response to the unprecedented rush of applications, the authorities extended the deadline for submitting the application form to March 16th, providing prospective students with additional time to complete their registration process. This extension was a much-needed relief for many aspirants who were racing against time to ensure their candidacy for one of the most crucial examinations of their academic careers.

The examination, conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA), has evolved into one of the most sought-after entrance tests for students aiming to secure a place in medical colleges across the nation. The record-breaking number of registrations this year is a testament to the NEET-UG’s importance in the educational landscape and the aspirations of young Indians to pursue a career in healthcare.

As the date of the examination approaches, candidates are gearing up for what is poised to be a highly competitive battle for seats in prestigious medical institutions. With the number of applicants reaching new heights, the NEET-UG 2024 promises to be a landmark event in the annals of medical education in India, marking a new era of opportunity and challenge for the nation’s aspiring medical professionals.

MHT CET 2024 Registration: Late Fee Window Opened by Maharashtra CET Cell

The State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra, in a significant announcement for engineering and pharmacy aspirants, has extended the registration deadline for the Maharashtra Health and Technical Common Entrance Test (MHT CET) 2024. This extension comes with an additional provision for late fee submissions, offering a final chance for students who missed the initial deadline to apply for one of the most awaited entrance exams in the state.

Direct link to official notification click here

Candidates aiming to appear for MHT CET 2024, which paves the way for admissions into various undergraduate courses in engineering, pharmacy, and technology, can now register themselves on the MAHACET official portal at mahacet.org. The decision to extend the registration period reflects the authorities’ commitment to inclusivity and ensuring that a larger number of students have the opportunity to compete in the examination.

According to the official notice, the window for registration and confirmation of online applications, inclusive of the late fee, opened on March 9, 2024, and will close promptly on March 15, 2024. To facilitate the extended registration process, the deadline for online payment of the examination fees has also been pushed to March 16, 2024. It’s important to note that an additional late fee of ₹500/- is applicable for all applicants, irrespective of their category.

The schedule for the MAH-MHT CET 2024 examinations has been firmly set for April 2024. The examinations are divided into two groups – PCM (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics) and PCB (Physics, Chemistry, Biology), catering to the varied interests and academic pursuits of the candidates. The PCB group exams are planned from April 16 to April 23, 2024, while the PCM group exams will take place from April 25 to April 30, 2024. This staggered scheduling is designed to accommodate the significant number of examinees and ensure a smooth conduct of the test across the state.

This late registration opportunity is crucial for students who aspire to secure their place in esteemed institutions across Maharashtra for engineering and pharmacy courses. The MHT CET stands as a critical gateway for thousands of students seeking admission to undergraduate programs, marking the start of their professional journeys in the fields of science and technology.

Candidates are urged to utilize this extended registration period to ensure their participation in the MHT CET 2024. With all arrangements in place for the examination in April, the State CET Cell’s initiative to extend the registration deadline underscores their dedication to educational access and the future prospects of Maharashtra’s youth. As the registration window closes soon, prospective examinees should act quickly to complete their applications, keeping in mind the additional late fee, and prepare diligently for the upcoming examinations.

JEE Main 2024: Exceptional Achievements in BArch and BPlanning with Perfect 100 NTA Scores

In a remarkable display of talent and preparation, Muthu R from Tamil Nadu and Kolasani Saketh Pranav from Andhra Pradesh have set new benchmarks in the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Mains 2024 for Paper 2, achieving a perfect 100 NTA score in BArch and BPlanning respectively. This outstanding achievement highlights the exceptional caliber of students participating in this highly competitive exam.

Muthu R emerged as the highest scorer in Paper 2A (BArch), while Kolasani Saketh Pranav topped the charts in Paper 2B (BPlanning), underscoring the diverse talent pool across the country. The achievements of these top scorers are particularly notable given the rigorous nature of the JEE Mains examination, which serves as a gateway for future architects and planners to prestigious institutions across India.

In addition to the perfect scorers, nearly 25 candidates in each category (BArch and BPlanning) have scored over 99 NTA scores, showcasing a broad base of high achievers from various states. However, the results also reveal a disparity in scores across different regions, with the maximum marks scored in Daman and Diu for BArch being only 66.9051774 NTA score, and the highest score from Madhya Pradesh in BPlanning standing at 77.6571796 NTA score.

The National Testing Agency (NTA), responsible for conducting the JEE Main 2024, organized Session 1 for Paper 2A (BArch) and Paper 2B (BPlanning) on January 24, 2024. The examination was held across 421 centres in 299 cities, including 15 cities outside India, with a total of 55,608 candidates appearing for the exam.

JEE Main serves as a critical step for students aspiring to enter undergraduate engineering, architecture, and planning programs. Qualifying in Paper 1 opens doors to BE/BTech courses in NITs, IIITs, and other central institutions, while success in Paper 2 is crucial for those targeting BArch and BPlanning degrees. Moreover, JEE Main is a prerequisite for JEE Advanced, which further filters candidates for admission into the prestigious Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs).

As the NTA prepares to release the ranks following the culmination of both sessions of the JEE (Main)-2024 Examination for Paper 2, the academic community eagerly anticipates the comprehensive list of achievers. This year’s performance not only showcases the brilliance of individual candidates but also underscores the continued excellence in STEM education in India. It reflects the dedication of students and educators alike, pushing the boundaries of excellence in architectural and planning education.

NEET UG 2024: NTA ने पंजीकरण की अंतिम तिथि 16 मार्च तक बढ़ाई

भारत भर के मेडिकल उम्मीदवारों के लिए एक महत्वपूर्ण अपडेट में, राष्ट्रीय परीक्षण एजेंसी (NTA) ने अंडरग्रेजुएट राष्ट्रीय पात्रता सह प्रवेश परीक्षा (NEET UG) 2024 के लिए पंजीकरण की अंतिम तिथि को बढ़ा दिया है। मूल रूप से 9 मार्च को समाप्त होने वाली, आवेदन फॉर्म जमा करने की समय सीमा अब 16 मार्च तक बढ़ा दी गई है, जिन छात्रों ने अभी तक अपने आवेदन पूरे नहीं किए थे, उनके लिए एक बहुत जरूरी राहत प्रदान करते हुए।

भारत में MBBS और अन्य स्नातक मेडिकल पाठ्यक्रमों में प्रवेश के लिए द्वार के रूप में कार्य करने वाले, NEET UG के लिए इस विस्तारित विंडो का लाभ उठाने के लिए इच्छुक उम्मीदवारों को आधिकारिक वेबसाइट — neet.ntaonline.in पर अपने आवेदन भरने की सलाह दी जाती है।

आवेदन अवधि बढ़ाने का निर्णय NTA की छात्रों की आवश्यकताओं को पूरा करने और सुनिश्चित करने के लिए सभी योग्य उम्मीदवारों को आवेदन करने का अवसर मिले, के प्रति प्रतिबद्धता को दर्शाता है। उम्मीदवारों के लिए श्रेणी के अनुसार विविधतापूर्ण आवेदन शुल्क संरचना को ध्यान में रखना महत्वपूर्ण है। सामान्य श्रेणी के उम्मीदवारों के लिए पंजीकरण शुल्क 1,700 रुपये है। इस बीच, जनरल-EWS और OBC-NCL श्रेणियों से आने वाले लोगों के लिए शुल्क 1,600 रुपये निर्धारित किया गया है। SC, ST, PwBD, और तीसरे लिंग की श्रेणियों से आवेदकों को 1,000 रुपये का कम शुल्क देना होगा।

इसके अलावा, इस साल उम्मीदवारों के बीच समान स्कोर वाले रैंकिंग को निर्धारित करने के लिए इस्तेमाल किए जाने वाले टाई-ब्रेकिंग मानदंडों में एक उल्लेखनीय परिवर्तन किया गया है। उम्र और आवेदन संख्या जैसे कारकों से दूर होते हुए, NTA ने प्रक्रिया को शैक्षिक प्रदर्शन पर मुख्य रूप से केंद्रित करने के लिए संशोधित किया है। प्राथमिकता अब जीव विज्ञान, रसायन विज्ञान, और भौतिकी में स्कोर पर आधारित होगी, उस क्रम में। इसके अतिरिक्त, जहां टाई अभी भी मौजूद है, वहां सही और गलत उत्तरों का अनुपात, विषयों के बीच और व्यक्तिगत अनुशासनों के भीतर, माना जाएगा।

टाई-ब्रेकिंग नियमों में इस समायोजन का उद्देश्य उम्मीदवारों की क्षमताओं के अधिक न्यायसंगत और योग्यता-आधारित मूल्यांकन को सुनिश्चित करना है, जिससे NEET UG चयन प्रक्रिया की निष्पक्षता को और बढ़ाया जा सके। समय सीमा के नजदीक आते ही, छात्रों को अपने पंजीकरण पूरे करने और परीक्षा के लिए दृढ़ता से तैयारी करने की सलाह दी जाती है, नवीनीकृत नियमों और मानदंडों को ध्यान में रखते हुए।

NEET UG 2024 आवेदन की समय सीमा बढ़ाना भारत में सबसे प्रतिस्पर्धी प्रवेश परीक्षाओं में से एक में अपनी भागीदारी सुनिश्चित करने के लिए सभी संभावित मेडिकल छात्रों के लिए एक अवसर है। संशोधित टाई-ब्रेकिंग मानदंडों के साथ, NTA एक पारदर्शी और योग्यता-आधारित चयन प्रक्रिया के प्रति अपनी प्रतिबद्धता को रेखांकित करता है। उम्मीदवारों को आगे के अपडेट के बारे में सूचित रहने और मेडिकल पेशे में अपने भविष्य को सुरक्षित करने के लिए अपनी तैयारी पर ध्यान केंद्रित करने की सलाह दी जाती है।

KCET 2024 Registration: Window Reopens for a Limited Time

In an important update for candidates aspiring to sit for the Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET) 2024, the Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) has announced a brief reopening of the registration window. This move allows students who missed the initial application period another chance to register for one of Karnataka’s most pivotal entrance exams.

Key Dates and Deadlines

The registration portal will become accessible again starting March 12, 2024, and will remain open for a short span of three days, concluding on March 15, 2024. This narrow window mandates prompt action from aspirants wishing to partake in the KCET 2024. Following the registration period, candidates have an additional day, up until March 16, 2024, to complete the payment of their application fee.

The Examination Schedule

The KCET 2024 is slated for April 18 and April 19, 2024. As a crucial gateway for admission into professional courses within the state, the KCET offers a pathway for students into various undergraduate programs in engineering, pharmacy, and other fields. Given its significance, the KEA ensures that the examination process is conducted with the utmost integrity and efficiency.

Application Process

Interested candidates are encouraged to visit the official KEA website at kea.kar.nic.in to complete their registration process. The authority has underscored the importance of adhering to the given deadlines, as there will be no further extensions to the application period under any circumstances. This directive necessitates that students act swiftly to secure their candidacy for the examination

KCET 2024 Important Dates

Interested candidates can check out the following dates for the KCET 2024 examination for their reference.

Events Dates
KCET 2024 registration reopen dateMarch 12, 2024
KCET 2024 registration last dateMarch 15, 2024
KCET 2024 registration payment last dateMarch 16, 2024
KCET 2024 admit card release dateApril 5, 2024
KCET 2024 exam dateApril 18 and April 19, 2024

Gujarat Faces Engineering Seat Vacancy Crisis: Over 64,000 Seats Unfilled in 2023

In a significant revelation that has put the spotlight on the state of technical education in Gujarat, the state government disclosed in the assembly that over 64,000 engineering seats remained vacant in 2023. This startling figure was presented by the Gujarat State and Technical Education Minister, Rushikesh Patel, in response to questions raised by Congress MLAs, highlighting a growing concern in the region’s educational sector.

Despite engineering being one of the most sought-after courses in India, Gujarat paints a different picture, with a substantial number of both degree and diploma engineering seats going unclaimed. The data indicated that out of 140,852 engineering seats available across various government-run, aided, and self-financed colleges in Gujarat, 38,811 degree engineering seats and 23,501 diploma engineering seats remained vacant in 2023. This scenario is not limited to engineering alone; MBA and MCA courses in the state also witnessed a vacancy rate of over 32%, with 7,742 seats unfilled.

The minister elaborated that the overall filled seats amounted to 78,546, representing only 55.76% of the total available seats, leaving a vacancy of 44.23%. This considerable gap underscores a broader issue within the state’s approach to technical education and its alignment with student interests and industry demands.

A significant factor contributing to this trend is the preference of students for premier institutions like IITs, NITs, and other top colleges in India or even pursuing their studies abroad. This preference suggests a perception issue with the state’s colleges or perhaps a mismatch between the curriculum offered and the evolving needs of the global job market.

The situation in Gujarat calls for a critical evaluation of the technical education framework, including curriculum updates, better industry-academia partnerships, and more robust career guidance for students. There is a pressing need to make engineering and other technical courses more appealing and relevant to today’s students, who are looking beyond traditional education pathways to build their careers.

This vacancy crisis also opens up a dialogue about the future of technical education in Gujarat and the need for innovative solutions to bridge the gap between available seats and student enrollment. It’s an opportunity for educational institutions, policymakers, and industry leaders to come together and revamp the technical education landscape in Gujarat, ensuring that it not only meets the aspirational needs of its youth but also aligns with the dynamic demands of the modern workforce.

“Unlock NEET 2023 Cut-off Details for Top Private Medical Colleges in Uttar Pradesh”

The Directorate of Medical Education and Training (DMET), Lucknow, also known as UPDGME, is gearing up to kickstart the Uttar Pradesh NEET 2023 Counselling process from August 2023. This significant step is conducted via an online mode, opening doors for countless aspirants dreaming of embarking on a career in medicine. The counselling process is crucial for securing a place in both government and private medical and dental colleges across the state, offering courses in MBBS and BDS.

A Closer Look at UP NEET Counselling 2023

The UP NEET Counselling is designed to fill 85% of quota seats in government colleges and a full 100% in private medical colleges within the state. This initiative aims to streamline the admission process, ensuring that candidates can secure their spots in the various government and private medical/dental schools and universities.

Key Considerations for Candidates:
  • No Free Exit: Candidates should note that there’s no option for a free exit after seat allotment in any counselling round. However, a free exit is possible if an allotment letter from another state is submitted.
  • Security Deposit: The security deposit paid during the counselling process is non-refundable if admission is not taken after the seat allotment. Furthermore, if a candidate fails to report to the college in the first round, the security deposit will be forfeited. To participate in Round 2, a new security deposit is required.
  • Document Verification: It is mandatory for all documents to be physically verified before the allotment of seats.
  • Choice Locking: This is a crucial step in the counselling process. Without locking in their choices, candidates will not be considered at the time of seat allotment.
  • Refund of Security Deposit: The security deposit will be refunded to candidates who are not allotted any seat or those who have been allotted a seat and have taken admission, after all rounds of the counselling process are completed.

Understanding the Seat Matrix in Uttar Pradesh Medical Colleges

The UP NEET Counselling caters to various categories of seats:

  • Government Seats: These are for Uttar Pradesh’s government medical or dental colleges.
  • Private Seats: Available in private medical colleges across Uttar Pradesh.
  • Muslim Minority Seats: Specifically reserved for Muslim Minority students.
  • Jain Minority Seats: Reserved for Jain Minority students in private medical/dental colleges.

UP Counselling  Seat Matrix of Private Medical Colleges

A unique aspect of the UP NEET Counselling 2023 is the seat matrix in private medical colleges, which stands out in the country. Uttar Pradesh is the only state in India where 100% of private college seats are open to all, without any reservation. This progressive step ensures that every aspirant has an equal opportunity to secure a seat based on their merit.

Cut-off for Unreserved and Local Management MBBS Seats in Telangana KNRUHS Counseling 2023-24

The journey to an MBBS or BDS seat at KNRUHS starts with the NEET-UG 2024 exam. This national-level examination is the sole criterion for determining the eligibility of candidates seeking admission to undergraduate medical and dental courses in India.

Kaloji Narayana Rao University of Health Sciences (KNRUHS) is a prominent institution dedicated to the advancement of medical education and research in the state of Telangana, India. Established in 2014, the university is named after Kaloji Narayana Rao, a renowned poet and freedom fighter, reflecting its commitment to nurturing a holistic educational environment. KNRUHS plays a pivotal role in shaping the future of healthcare in the region by overseeing and enhancing the quality of education in undergraduate, postgraduate, and super-specialty medical, dental, and allied health sciences courses.

Registration for Admission

Following the NEET-UG 2024 results, candidates who have qualified and meet the eligibility criteria set by KNRUHS are required to register themselves for the admission process. This entails filling out an application form, where candidates must provide their personal details, academic achievements, NEET-UG 2024 scores, and other relevant information. It’s important to complete the registration process within the stipulated timeline to proceed further.

E-book Kaloji Narayana Rao University of Health Sciences (KNRUHS) Management seat CLICK HERE

Counseling Process: A Three-Phase Journey

KNRUHS conducts its counseling process in multiple phases to allocate seats to eligible candidates:

  1. Phase 1 and Phase 2: These initial rounds of counseling are designed to fill the majority of seats. Candidates are called for counseling based on their NEET-UG ranks and are given the opportunity to choose their preferred colleges and courses.
  2. Phase 3 (Mop-Up Round): This round is conducted for the seats that remain vacant after the first two phases. It’s a final opportunity for candidates to secure a seat in the MBBS/BDS courses.
  3. Stray Vacancy Round : This round is conducted after the main counseling rounds, including the first, second, and mop-up rounds, have been completed. Its primary purpose is to fill any seats that remain vacant after these rounds of counseling, ensuring that no seat goes unfilled if there are eligible candidates available.

Seat Selection: Government vs. Management Quota

The seat selection process for the private medical college and private minority college at KNRUHS is bifurcated into two quotas: the Government (Competent Authority Quota) and the Management Quota.

  • Government Seats: Selection for these seats is conducted exclusively through the counseling process managed by KNRUHS. This quota is intended for candidates who meet the specific eligibility criteria set by the government.
  • Management Quota Seats: These seats are filled through online counseling, also known as web counseling. The Management Quota is further divided into categories for locals, non-locals Management Quota , and NRI Seats, providing a wider pool of applicants the chance to secure a seat.

Registration and Processing Fee for MBBS/BDS courses :- The Registration, and Processing fee of Rs.6300/- (Bank transaction charges extra) shall be paid online through Debit card / Credit card or Net Banking

Distribution of Seats in Private Colleges

In private medical and dental colleges affiliated with KNRUHS, the seat distribution is split evenly between the government and management quotas. Fifty percent of the seats are reserved for the government quota, filled through KNRUHS counseling, while the remaining fifty percent are allocated for the management quota in private college. This distribution ensures a fair and equitable allocation of seats, providing opportunities for a diverse group of students.

Competent Authority QuotaManagement Quota localManagement Quota URManagement Quota Minority collegeManagement NRI Quota
Private College50%85% of 35%15% of 35%15%
Private College (Minority)60%25%15%
Private University ( Neelima Institute of Medical Sciences (NIMS))25%60%15%
Important point:-
– 85% Of Seats In Management Quota B Category Are Reserved For Local Candidates Of Telangana State
-The remaining 15% of the seats are open to candidates from all over the country along with local candidates.
– Candidates from all over the country are eligible for admission into Management quota seats Category C (NRI) for MBBS/BDS Courses
– Minority Medical Colleges Seats Will Be Filled With Muslim Minority Category Candidates Only
– In Case, Muslim Minority Candidates Are Not Available To Take The Seats, They Will Be Allotted To Nonminority Students In The Last Phase Of Counseling

PHASE 3 CUTOFF MANGEMENT QUOTA 2023-24 FOR LOCAL AND UNRESERVE

COLLEGE NAMEUNRESERVELOCALNRI
APOLLO INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES AND RESEARCH, HYD63287177933428325
KAMINENI ACADEMY OF MEDICAL SCI AND RESEARCH, HYD78626194436596481
MAMATA ACADEMY OF MED SCI, BACHUPALLY90648214034816540
MAMATA MEDICAL COLLEGE, KHAMMAM997413146751149521
C ANANDA RAO IINSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, KARIMNAGAR1211273374301184384
PRATHIMA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, KARIMNAGAR1135443624131208966
PRATIMA RELIEF INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, WARANGAL1299464636001183112
S.V.S. MEDICAL COLLEGE, MAHABUBNAGAR1053462612891139706
MAHESHWARA MEDICAL COLLEGE, PATANCHERU, MEDAK1217614534851215627
MNR MEDICAL COLLEGE, SANGAREDDY1238794154191092939
RVM MEDICAL COLLEGE, MULUGU1195463916681163337
SURABHI INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, SIDDIPET1291645202151163310
TRR INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, INOLE, PATANCHERU1358075277621068563
KAMINENI INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES., NARKETPALLY1029163155931006077
BHASKAR MEDICAL COLLEGE, MOINABAD, RR919322602311185903
DR PATNAM MAHENDER REDDY INST OF MED SCI, CHEVELLA1282023882481007931
MAHAVIR INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, VIKARABAD1275804708811181716
MALLA REDDY INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCE, SURARAM88864228694732525
MALLA REDDY MEDICAL COLLEGE FOR WOMEN,SURARAM1025812885281208613
NEELIMA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, GHATKESAR (PU)242081539828905080
FATHER COLOMBO INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, WARANGAL1413175304731041948
ARUNDATHI INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, DUNDIGAL1299524655771072151
DECCAN COLLEGE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES (MSM)107893234447837995
SHADAN INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES (MSM)1194743510551176457
AYAAN INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES (MSM)1399851399851152991
DR V R K WOMENS MEDICAL COLLEGE (MSM)142141469431985384

Fees of Management seat in Private medical and Minority college 2023 – 24

COLLEGE NAME ESTD Tuition Fees
Apollo Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, Hyderabad 2012 13,00,000
Bhaskar Medical College, Yenkapally 2005 11,55,000
Chalmeda Anand Rao Insttitute Of Medical Sciences, Karimnagar 2003 13,00,000
Dr. Patnam Mahender Reddy Institute of Medical Sciences, Chevella, Rangareddy 2019 11,55,000
Kamineni Academy of Medical Sciences & Research Center, Hyderabad 2013 13,00,000
Kamineni Institute of Medical Sciences, Narketpally 1999 13,00,000
Mahavir Institute of Medical Sciences, Vikarabad, Telengana 2016 11,55,000
Maheshwara Medical College, Chitkul, Patancheru, Medak 2016 11,55,000
Malla Reddy Institute of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad 2012 13,00,000
Mallareddy Medical College for Women, Hyderabad 2013 12,00,000
Mamata Academy of Medical Sciences, Bachupally 2019 12,00,000
Mamata Medical College, Khammam 1998 12,00,000
Mediciti Institute Of Medical Sciences, Ghanpur 2001 12,00,000
MNR Medical College & Hospital, Sangareddy 2002 13,00,000
Prathima Institute Of Medical Sciences, Karimnagar 2001 12,00,000
R.V.M. Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre, Siddipet 2016 12,00,000
Surabhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Siddipet, Telangana 2019 11,55,000
S V S Medical College, Mehboobnagar 1999 12,50,000
TRR Institute of Medical Sciences, Patancheru 2020 11,55,000
CMR Institute Of Medical Sciences, Kandalkoya, Medchal 2023 11,55,000
Neelima Institute Of Medical Sciences, Ghatkesar 2023 15,50,000
Father Colombo Institute Of Medical Sciences, Warangal 2023 11,55,000
Arundathi Institute Of Medical Sciences, Dundigal 2023 11,55,000
Deccan College Of Medical Sciences (Msm) 1985 13,90,000
Shadan Institute Of Medical Sciences (Msm) 2005 13,90,000
Ayaan Institute Of Medical Sciences (Msm) 2018 13,90,000
Dr V R K Womens Medical College (Msm) 2012 13,90,000

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