‘Karnataka origin’ rider big blow to NEET PG hopefuls

MANGALURU: The introduction of ‘Karnataka foundation’ in the standards for admission to postgraduate medical and dental classes has jeopardised the future of candidates from outside the state.

The Karnataka Examinations Authority tweaked the factors in a recent notification, making it difficult for college kids from outside who've performed their MBBS or BDS right here to use for PG seats beneath the state quota.


Aspirants mentioned the issue had cropped up in 2014, however it was once resolved after the courtroom intervened. Since then, non-domiciled scholars who studied drugs in Karnataka had been also eligible for seats beneath the state quota.


The recent notification says the candidate must be of Karnataka foundation and must have “studied MBBS or BDS degree in a medical or dental school located in Karnataka or outside Karnataka and affiliated to any establishment established in India as neatly recognised by means of the Medical Council of India or Dental Council of India and Government of India and has certified in the NEET for admission to postgraduate medical or dental degree/degree classes”.


‘Karnataka origin’ rider big blow to NEET PG hopefuls ‘Karnataka origin’ rider big blow to NEET PG hopefuls Reviewed by kailash soni on March 14, 2018 Rating: 5
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