The admission to AFMC MBBS Course for the year 2016 will be through AIPMT 2016. Candidates seeking admission in AFMC will also have to register online (in addition to registering with AIPMT 2016) on the official website at www.afmcdg1d.gov.in As per the notification issued by AFMC, the above link for registration & online application for AFMC MBBS 2016 will be activated on April, 2016.
The AIPMT admit cards 2016 will be available online for download from 7th April, 2016 onwards. Earlier, the Admit Cards of AIPMT 2016 were to be hosted on the website on 1st April, 2016. As per the notification issued by CBSE, Admit … Continue Reading →
The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) has asked for an explanation from CBSE regarding non-refund of money to AIPMT students who had filed objections to a question in the AIPMT re-test held in the month of July this year.
Punjab to reserve MBBS BDS seats for only State Residents. The notifications for admission to MBBS and BDS programs for the 2015 academic session included a new criterion that read, “The candidate should belong to Punjab and have passed his/her Class-12 or equivalent examination from a recognized school/ institution situated in Punjab.”
Candidates, who are yet to register for AIPMT 2015, can register online at AIPMT 2015 website www.aipmt.nic.in till 31st January 2015 (with the late fee).
The AIPMT 2015 exam will be conducted on May 03, 2015. Admit cards for the same will be available from April 01, 2015.
The situation is not particularly different in private colleges – a fact that’s evident by the manner in which the government had already surrendered its 250 quota seats in the five private dental colleges across the state.
“We want the condition of 40% marks in AIPMT to be relaxed so that students belonging to this category do not fail to get the benefit. We have given a representation to the chief minister in this regard and want the proposed counseling from Saturday be postponed till the issue is resolved,” said Ranjit Kumar of Hoshiarpur, as reported by the Times Of India.
“It would be imper missible to a candidate who had taken the examination to then challenge the minimum criterion… Challenge to the notification cannot sustain”, remarked the Justice while dictating the judgment in the court.
On the flip side, the MCI’s decision has brought some relief to the general category students as approximately 94 vacant seats will be effectively converted to this category. As per the prospectus of the Baba Farid University of Health Sciences (BFUHS), Faridkot, only three NRI quota seats have found the requisite takers.
According to them, it’s not wise to lower the standards merely for the sake of filling seats in the NRI and other quotas. The principal argument here is that such undue relaxation will do more harm than good by compromising with the quality of medical education in the state.