No clarity on RGUHS counselling yet

No clarity on RGUHS counselling yet

Appaled by the delay in the announcement of seat matrix crucial for RGUHS PG counselling, Dr Adarsh, a postgraduate medical aspirant and several others have decided to approach the judiciary for reprieve.

Dr Adarsh, who took three years off from work to prepare for medical entrance tests, said, a few days back, a couple of PG aspirants approached the DOE to enquire about the status of the seat matrix and the commencement of the seat selection process. But they were treated inhumanely and were asked to leave, he said,

“Most students have come together to initiate a judicial intervention to speed up the commencement of seat selection process as they have already lost out on the All Indian PG counselling and COMED-K counselling,” he said.

Dr Smita is another candidate who on hearing the previous announcement of RGUHS counselling dates gave up her DNB seat in Assam and flew down to Karnataka. But with the abrupt postponement of  the counselling, she has been stranded, as she had to forego her DNB seat  and the fee paid in Assam too.

Second round  of The All India Postgraduate Medical counselling too had commenced on Wednesday, and most students from Karnataka have been denied the opportunity to select seats from government and private colleges within the State.

The final round of counselling for Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental colleges-Karnataka (COMED-K) Post Graduate Entrance Test (PGET) will commence from April 22.
However, a DOE official, when contacted maintained that the seat matrix will be announced soon and that in all possibilities, the RGUHS counselling might begin next week.

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