NEET SS VACANT SEATS - More than 20% of seats are vacant in superspeciality courses after 3rd round
Updated On : Oct 29, 2017, 9:56 pm
MUMBAI: One in five seats were vacant even after the Supreme Court permitted a third round for centralised superspecialty medical admissions. Close to 50% of these seats are vacant in sought-after government colleges. The Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) is planning to remove the eligibility criteria of 50 percentile in NEET-superspecialty in the coming year to increase the pool of eligible candidates.
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Supreme court Rejects the plea for extension of date to fill up vacant seats - NEET SS 2017
Updated On : Sep 25, 2017, 11:40 pm
Supreme court Rejects the plea for extension of date to fill up vacant seats - NEET SS 2017.
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NEET SS Vacant Medical Seats: SC to hear plea for third round of admission today - 22nd September 2017
Updated On : Sep 25, 2017, 11:34 pm
Supreme Court of India today would hear a plea regarding the proposal of a third round of admissions to fill the vacant super specialty medical seats in the country. Nearly 500 seats are reportedly still vacant after the second round of admission to the super specialty courses in the medical colleges. Admissions to the courses was done on the basis of NEET SS or NEET Super Specialty exam conducted on June 10 and 11, 2017.
The admissions to various super spcialty courses in the medical colleges across the country was done on the basis of NEET SS examination. The results were declared on July 15 and the first round of counseling conducted in August for 1104 seats. A second round of counseling was ordered by the court after Telangana and Andhra Pradesh submitted their list of vacant seats.
SC to hear plea to fill up vacant seats under NEET-SS - 2017
Updated On : Sep 25, 2017, 11:28 pm
The Supreme Court on Friday will hear a petition filed by 23 doctors from various parts of the country for an extended round of counselling for candidates who have qualified in the National Eligibility-cum Entrance Test (Super Spcciality) examination to fill up vacant seats available in government and private medical colleges.