The craze for medical education is ever increasing, and the number of aspirants for the stream is growing this year. In Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, about 101972 candidates have applied to take the test in medical and agriculture disciplines, while another 1191 candidates have applied for both medical and engineering for EAMCET 2016.
The Maharashtra new engineering admission rules are going to be a hindrance for the private technical institutions to fill vacant seats after the centralized process. According to private colleges in the state, the government is said to be playing with their autonomy, since they have spent crores to build their institutes and these strict policies will force them to shut their institutions.
From 2016, Maharashtra will consifer MH CET for engineering admissions instead of JEE Main scores. Class 12 marks of the candidates will also be considered along with the MH-CET scores.
MH CET 2015, Maharashtra Common Entrance Test will be based on state Board syllabus. Medical aspirants in Maharashtra won’t have to prepare for the exhausting syllabus designed by the central government for the MH CET.
Maharashtra’s BJP-led government has announced that starting this year, there will be no negative marking in the state’s medical exams. The state government has also appealed to the Supreme Court to remove Maharashtra from national medical exams.