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State Govt Amends Rules for Unaided Professional Institutions

Published: 18th April 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 18th April 2015 06:00 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: The Andhra Pradesh government has made a few amendments to the AP Unaided Non-Minority Profesional Institutions Regulations, which govern admissions into undergraduate medical and dental professional courses in unaided non-minority colleges.

As per the new amendments, ‘A Category’ seats (50 per cent of the sanctioned intake of the seats) would be filled by the committee for admissions constituted by the competent authority.

SATE.JPG‘B Category seats’ (35 per cent of the sanctioned intake of the seats) would be filled by the committee for admissions constituted by APMDCMA and would include a nominee of the University, State and APMDCMA. The nominee of the Association (APMDCMA) shall be the Convener of this committee.

‘C Category’ seats (15 per cent NRI quota) would be filled by the managements of the individual institutions or committee of the managements. As per the new amendment, all unfilled seats under Category A after second counselling will be surrendered to the managements of individual colleges. Such seats would be filled by the management of the individual colleges on merit following rules set up  for Category C.

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