Delayed counselling worries students

The counselling  of other entrance tests such as COMEDK and All India Institute of Medical Sciences will be held this month. Students are worried that the opportunity to obtain a seat in State’s medical colleges would be denied.
Those opting for a PG degree seat in a private college will have to spend Rs 3.75 lakh to Rs 4.5 lakh.

Dr Sarala, who has secured a PGET rank said, “First, legal issues delayed the announcement of rank list. Now, the counselling process itself has been delayed. Students cannot afford to attend the private colleges counselling before the RGUHS counselling. Paying huge fee  in private colleges is not acceptable to students as they will have to spend just Rs 35,000- 45,000 in a government college.”
With the COMEDK counselling  scheduled to held earlier than RGUHS, candidates are left with no other option but to attend the seat selection process. Students will now have to attend the counselling in private colleges for  a seat. They will have to submit their documents and pay fee.

Legal hurdles
Dr Abhay, who is at present pursuing the PG course in Bangalore Medical College said, although the entrance test are mired in legal hurdles with students challenging PGET answers, the government’s intervention in the counselling

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