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NEET PG admissions by Private universities may be declared null


MCI may declare NEET-based PG admissions by Private universities invalid

The validity of PG medical admission in Tamil Nadu may become invalid after the rules changed by Medical council of India in middle of the session.
After many universities completed their admission process based on NEET results, MCI made it mandatory for all undergraduate and postgraduate medical admissions to be done by the state government through a single window system.
After the declaration of results of Common entrance tests for PG medical admissions in January 2017, most of the private universities called for applications. Most of the students were allowed to pay a partial fee that would be returned if they got admission under government quota.
At Saveetha University the admissions were completed on February 23 and students were allowed to pay half of the tuition fee. Students were told that if they got admission under government quota in any other college, they will refund their fee.
Now such students are not sure that their admissions are recognized by MCI or not. The deadline for completing the PG medical admissions is May 31.
The Directorate of medical education which admitted students to government and private colleges on the basis of class XII marks will now admit on the basis of NEET.
The state health department asks for clarification from the government on counseling for medical admissions by private colleges and universities.
For any query, candidates are requested to check the official website .
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Also See : NEET PG Medical Entrance Exam 2017 
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