RGUHS Post Graduate courses counselling begins on April 7

RGUHS Post Graduate courses counselling begins on April 7

 Mired in legal challenges from students on the ambiguity of answer-keys, RGUHS announced the revised ranklist and answer-keys for the Post Graduate Entrance Test 2010 (PGET) on Thursday.

As per the High Court order given on March 29, RGUHS revised the key answers of the PGET 2010- Medical-General. Accordingly, the total number of questions and marks provided in the PGET 2010 stands restricted to 193 by the varsity. The OMR sheets will be evaluated for a total number of 193 questions and for 193 marks.

RGUHS registrar Dr Vasanth Kumar, said that the decision to restrict the number of questions was based on former chief justice of India Dr V Y Chandrachur’s judgement regarding entrance test which explains that in case of ambiguity, such questions can be unaccounted for.

The registrar said that based on the judgement, RGUHS has announced the ranklist and the revised answerkeys, to proceed with counselling for admission to PG medical courses. He also added that following a gruelling three hour discussion with the PG committee, the revised key answers, revised markslist and merit list were announced.

PG Counselling

PG aspirants can avail medical seats in government medical colleges and government seat in private medical institutions in the State, through the seat selection process and counselling conducted by RGUHS.

The counselling for admission to Postgraduate Medical and Dental courses for the academic year 2010-2011 will be held at RGUHS premises, 4th T Block, Jayanagar, Bangalore.

Medical and Dental - Physically Handicapped quota and Medical and Dental Entrance quota candidates (April 7), Medical - Entrance quota candidates (April 8), Medical Entrance quota and In-Service quota of Medical and Dental faculty (April 9).

For more information on the counselling schedule, revised marks list and merit list, visit www.rguhs.ac.in