Experts against JEE common format
28 Sep 2014
Kolkata, 27 Sept: The announcement, after much delay of the syllabus by the West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board (WBJEE) for the medical and engineering entrance examination next year might have given some respite to the candidates, but it has overlooked the long-pending demand for holding separate entrance examinations for the two trades.
Both the medical and engineering aspirants attempting the West Bengal joint entrance examination have to answer a common question paper for physics and chemistry. But the experts in the field say that the papers for physics and chemistry should have been set separately for medical and engineering streams, and the common papers may jeopardise the future of the candidates of both streams.
According to the experts, there should be two completely different sets of question papers for the two streams. Physics and chemistry papers must be prepared separately for the two examinations as per the requirement of the standards of medical and engineering students. Due to common question papers both the candidates are answering questions of same quality and standards.
Dr A K Maity, an expert in the field, said: “If the WBJEE conducts separate examinations for medical and engineering, it would do justice to the students. The present system of common examination will neither satisfy the medical students nor the engineering. The entrance examinations are conducted separately in other states and by the central boards.”
Now, medical aspirants have to attempt biology as main paper for 100 marks, and physics and chemistry each of 75 marks, whereas the engineering students attempt a mathematics main paper for 100 marks and physics and chemistry papers of 75 marks each.
The physics and chemistry question papers are common for both stream.
The students have demanded that marks distribution must be in the ratio of 2:1:1 in biology/mathematics, physics and chemistry. From last year, the distribution of marks has changed where mathematics/ biology carries 100 marks and the other two subjects carry 75 marks each.
Experts also feel that the entrance examinations for the other medical allied subjects like BSC (nursing), B V Sc &AH, Homeopathy and Ayurveda should be held along with the medical entrance examination. The entrance examination will be held on 18 and 19 April next year
A reserved category candidate could NOT opt for admission under the general category on the basis of higher score.
Patna high court sets aside policy which allowed over 50% quota in medical colleges
Anisha Anand, TNN | May 7, 2014
PATNA: The Patna high court has set aside the Bihar government’s quota policy under which the seats reserved in medical colleges went to only the reserved category aspirants even though the general quota seats were up for grabs by reserved category students securing the higher cut-off set for general category students.
As per the existing quota policy, a reserved category candidate could opt for admission under the general category on the basis of higher score. Thus, reserved category students ended up grabbing more than 50% seats which are reserved for different categories of students.
One G V Nutan, an MBBS aspirant, who could not secure admission despite obtaining all-India rank of 1132 in the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (UG)-2013, moved the high court alleging such a scheme provided reservation more than the legally permissible limit to reserved category candidates at the cost of general category candidates.
Earlier, a single bench of Justice A K Tripathi dismissed Nutan’s writ, saying such a policy was not new for such examinations.
Nutan challenged the single bench’s order through an LPA and a division bench of Justice Iqbal Ahmed Ansari and Justice Samarendra Pratap Singh on Tuesday set aside the order passed by the single bench. From now on, such seats under the reserved category will be given to general category candidates.
Petitioner’s counsel Patnajali Rishi argued the petitioner was among the candidates who had qualified in the NEET against the state quota for the MBBS/BDS courses. However, she was not called in counselling held on various dates for the general category candidate
11 May 2014
Docs in state-run hospitals concerned over MCI decision
Kolkata, 10 May: The Centre’s decision to cancel as many as 830 seats in the undergraduate and postgraduate medical courses in the state will have an adverse effect on the health services in the state; feel various organisations of doctors serving in the state-run hospitals.
Following the recommendation of the Medical Council of India (MCI), the Union Health ministry has recently cancelled around 32 existing seats in various postgraduate courses in several medical colleges including the only state-run super specialty hospital, SSKM. The West Bengal University of Health Sciences had urged the Centre to give permission to introduce 48 new seats in the post-graduate studies in different colleges but the permission has been denied. Earlier, around 750 under-graduate medical seats were cancelled as the MCI was not satisfied with the poor infrastructure of the medical colleges that sought an increase in the number of seats.
The medical fraternity in the city believes that health services would be collapsed in the state run hospitals if the infrastructure in these colleges is not enhanced.
Dr A K Maity, an expert in the field and the director of Dr Maity Educational and Medical Research Institute said that he would write to the Chief Minister urging her to enhance infrastructure in these medical colleges within four months so that the colleges can get the permission from the MCI and the Central government.
“If the MCI in its next visit in September find that medical colleges teaching undergraduate courses have the minimum requisite infrastructure then it may reconsider the matter. Unless, the health services in the state will be affected, especially when there is a shortage of doctors in almost all the hospitals,” Dr Maity said.
Service Doctors Forum (SDF) and Medical Service Centre (MSC), organisations of doctors who are in government services will submit a deputation to the Director of Health Services and Director of Medical Education so that the government takes some steps in this matter.
Dr Sajal Biswas, Secretary, SDF said: “This will not only affect the health services in government hospitals but will benefit the private practitioners.”
Status of applications for establishment of new medical colleges for the academic year 2014-2015 as on 29th April, 2014.
73. West Bengal College of Medicine & JNM Hospital, Kalyani, Nadia 5th / 100 / Assessment report (27th & 28th March, 2014) is to be placed before the next Executive Committee
74. West Bengal College of Medicine and Sagore Dutta Hospital, Kolkata 4th /100 / Executive Committee decision dated 14/03/2104 “Not to renew the permission for the academic year 2014-2015” has been communicated to the Central Government vide Council’s letter dated 19/03/2014 compliance received through the Central Govt., and the file is in process.
75. West Bengal Malda Medical College & 4th / 100 / Executive
Committee compliance received Hospital, Malda decision dated
14/03/2104 “Not to renew the permission for the academic year
2014-2015” has been communicated to the Central Government
vide Council’s letter dated 19/03/2014 through the Central
Govt., and the file is in process
76. West Bengal Murshidabad Medical College & Hospitals,
Murshidabad 3rd 100 Yes Executive Committee decision dated
14/03/2104 “ Not to renew the permission for the academic year 2014-2015” has been communicated to the Central Government vide Council’s letter dated 19/03/2014 compliance received through the Central Govt., and the file is in process
77 West Bengal IQ-City Medical College,
Burdwan, West Bengal 2nd 150 Yes EC decision dt. 23/01/2014
“Not to renew the permission for the academic year 2014-15“has been communicated to the Central Govt. vide Council’s letter dt. 28/1/2014
78. West Bengal ESIC Medical College, Joka Kolkata/ 2nd
100 /Executive Committee decision dated 14/03/2104 “
Not to renew the permission for the academic year 2014-2015”
has been communicated to the Central Government vide Council’s letter dated
69. West Bangal Burdwan Medical College, Burdwan,
W.B. Renewal Increase 2nd/ 100 -150/ The Executive Committee
decision dated 16.04.2014 / not to renew the permission conveyed tothe Central Govt. vide Council letter dated 28.04.2014.
70. West Bengal Calcutta Medical College, Kolkata
Renewal Increase /4th/ 155-250 Assessment report will be
placed before the Executive Committee.
71. West Bengal R.G. Kar Medical College & Hospital,
Kolkata Renewal Increase /3rd / 150-200 / Assessment report will be placed before the Executive Committee
72. West Bengal NRS Medical College, Kolkata Renewal Increase 4th / 150-250 / The Executive Committee decision dated 16.04.2014 not to renew the permission conveyed to the Central Govt. vide Council letter dated 28.04.2014.
93. West Bengal Bankura Sammilani Medical College, Bankura
Renewal Increase/ 2nd / 100 – 150 The Executive Committee
decision dated 16.04.2014 not to renew the permission conveyed to
the Central Govt. vide Council letter dated 28.04.2014 West Bangal Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education & Research, KolkataRenewal Increase +Continuance of Recognition 2nd 100 -150 Assessment report will be placed before the Executive Committee
124. West Bengal North Bengal Medical College, Darjeeling Renewal Increase + Continuance of Recognition/2nd / 100 – 150 Application in process
Status of colleges with regard to recognition U/S 11(2) of the IMC Act, 1956 as on 24/03/2014.
West Bengal ESIC Medical College, Joka Kolkata
2nd Batch 100 Executive Committee decision dated 14/03/2104 “ Not to renew the permission for the academic year 2014-2015” has been
communicated to the Central Government vide Council’s letter dated 9/03/2014
West Bengal IQ-City Medical College, Burdwan, West Bengal
2nd 150 Yes EC decision dt. 23/01/2014 “Not to renew the permission for the academic year 2014-15“ has been communicated to the Central Govt. vide Council’s letter dt. 28/1/2014
West Bengal Murshidabad Medical College & Hospitals, Murshidabad
3rd year 100 Seats Executive Committee decision dated 14/03/2104 “ Not to renew the permission for the academic year 2014-2015” has been communicated to the Central Government vide Council’s letter dated 19/03/2014
West Bengal Malda Medical College & Hospital, Malda
4th Batch 100 Seats Executive Committee decision dated 14/03/2104 “ Not to renew the permission for the academic year 2014-2015” has been communicated to the Central Government vide Council’s letter dated 9/03/2014
West Bengal College of Medicine and Sagore Dutta Hospital, Kolkata
4th Batch 100 Seats Executive Committee decision dated 14/03/2104 “ Not to renew the permission for the academic year 2014-2015” has Been communicated to the Central Government vide Council’s letter dated 19/03/2014
AFMC has begun the application procedure – 2014
24 Apr 2014
The Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC) has begun the application procedure for admission to its 2014 MBBS course. The admissions to the MBBS course will be based on the scores of AIPMT (All India Pre Medical Entrance Test) 2014 and later followed by AFMC selection procedure.
The last date for AFMC 2014 registration is 13th May, 2014. Around 130 seats are available for the MBBS course – 105 reserved for boys and 23 reserved for girls. The selected candidates will be required to serve in the Armed Forces Medical Services for seven years after the completion of their MBBS services.
In addition to appearing for AIPMT 2014, candidates must have passed Class 12th or equivalent with English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology in the first attempt with minimum overall 60 per cent aggregate marks and not less than 50 per cent marks in each individual subject. Candidate must also be unmarried and medically fit to be considered for admission to the MBBS course at AFMC.
Interested candidates can complete the application process online using their AIPMT 2014 roll number. Also keep ready a scanned copy of your recent passport-sized photograph and signature. Once you have applied successfully, a bank challan will be generated for payment of fees. Last date for generation of the bank challan is 17th May, 2014.
The application fee of Rs 250 is to be submitted at any branch of State Bank of India through the bank challan generated at time of application. Last date for submission of fees is 20th May, 2014.
Apart from MBBS, the Armed Forces Medical College also offers courses in Nursing, Post graduate Medical courses, Super Specialty Medical courses, PG Diploma and Para Medical courses
UPCMET 2014 Notification and dates | UP Combined Medical Entrance Test
King George Medical University (KGMU), Lucknow, on behalf of the Govt. of Uttar Pradesh announces Uttar Pradesh Combined Pre Medical Test, UP CPMT for admission to the 1st year of:
i) MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery) ii) BDS (Bachelor of Dental Surgery)
iii) BHMS (Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery iv) BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery) v) BUMS (Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery)
Courses in various Govt. and recognized/approved Medical / Dental / Homeopathic /Ayurvedic / Unani Colleges of Uttar Pradesh
Eligibility Criteria for UP CPMT 2014:
Residency Requirement: Combined Pre Medical Test (CPMT) 2014 is a state level examination. Candidates, who are native of Uttar Pradesh, are eligible to apply
However, other state candidates may also apply, given they should fulfill the domicile criteria as laid by the government of Uttar Pradesh
Age: Aspiring candidates must completed the age of 17 years at the time of admission or will complete the age on or before 31st Dec 1997 of the year of his/her admission to the 1st year Educational Qualification:
a) The Higher Secondary Examination or the Indian School Certificate Examination which is equivalent to 10+2 higher secondary examination after a period of 12 years study, the last two years of study comprising of Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics or any other elective subject with English at a level not less than the core course for English as prescribed by the National Council of Educational Research & Training after the introduction of the 10+2+3 years educational structure as recommended by the National Committee on Education
Note: Where the course contents is not as prescribed for 10+2 education structure of the National Committee, the candidates will have to undergo a period of one year pre professional training before admission to the
(b) The intermediate examination in science of an Indian University, Board or other recognized examination body with Physics, Chemistry and Biology which shall include a practical test in these subjects and also English as a compulsory subject; Or
(c) The pre professional/pre medical examination with Physics, Chemistry and Biology, after passing either the higher secondary school examination or the pre university of an equivalent examination shall include a practical test is Physics, Chemistry and Biology and also English as a compulsory subject; Or
(d) The first year of the three years degree course of a recognized university, with Physics, Chemistry and Biology including a practical test in these subjects provided the examination is a “university Examination” and candidate has passed 10+2 with English at a level not less than a core course; Or
(e) B.Sc examination of an Indian University, provided that he/she has passed the B.Sc examination with not less than two of the following subjects in Physics, Chemistry, Biology (Botany, Zoology) and further that he/she has passed the earlier qualifying examination with the following subjects Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English
Reservation Seats: The UPCPMT Vertical and UPCPMT Horizontal Reservation, as indicated below, is application on all the seats filled through Combined Pre Medical Test (CPMT) in each Medical College for each subject / program
Vertical Reservation: i) Candidates belonging to scheduled castes (SC): 21%
ii) Candidates belonging to scheduled tribes (ST): 2% iii) Candidates belonging to other backward classes (OBC): 27% Horizontal Reservation: For SC/ST/OBC and General Categories i) Dependent of freedom fighter (FF): 2%
ii) Son/Daughter Ex-serviceman (ES) (Handicapped in war/retired/martyrs): 2%
iii) Handicapped candidates (PH): 3% iv) Women candidates (WC): 20%
How to apply?
Please Handbook (Brochure) to carefully review the download. Important information in terms of application
1) Simply fill out the application online is not required to send any paper. Please print your application, make sure after filling online application
2) Do not wait for the last date to apply online as soon as possible. Online Techniques for the interruption of any kind “examination body” shall not be liable
3) After a full application of any change / modification is not valid
4) Incomplete applications will be rejected and no correspondence will not be valid
5) Completely before closing the application, make sure that the information provided in the application are correct. If anything, they should be registered for any reason (was used in the past) email id you can modify the information transmitted through. If the premise is correct will have your information included
6) Do not apply more than once, or earlier will also be canceled
7) Any type is not required to send documents by post
8) The application ID for future correspondence Number (application ID number) specified
Application Process for UP CPMT 2014:
1) You have to apply online computer, Internet connection, printer required before filling the application form, carefully read this Handbook. When applying the Scanned Photo and Scanned Declaration Form in accordance with Vann ready
2) Login (Log in): first click on the above website logins from 10-digit mobile number. Imprint your birth date in passwords. My email id Imprint
Login you used in all correspondence recalled that the mobile number (mobile number registered Mobile Number) and email id (Registered Email ID) will be the same. Later, the mobile number and email id used must download the entry form. A mobile number and the email id can be used for only one candidate
3) Your auto a verification code to your mobile number and email id used by will be transmitted. After verification code must fill the application form by visiting the given link
4) Payment Process:
(A) Online Payment (Online Payment) Debit/Credit card use (of any bank) Non refundable (non-refundable) application fee respectively General / OBC applicants Rs.1250/- and SC/ST candidates Rs. 650 /- The consultation fee plus Rs. 50/- is included
Additional bank transaction charges will be borne by the applicant
B) Payment offline (Offline payment in bank)
Invoice form available on the website (or Allahabad Bank Axis Bank), Please download according to your book
a) General/OBC category by Rs.1250/- plus Rs.30/- (bank charges) and SC/ST by Rs.650/- plus Rs.30/-(bank charges) to the Axis Bank (A/C 914020013065928 SPMT) payment in cash to the bank in 2014 after a Financial Transaction Reference No. journal number (Journal Number) / invoice number (Challan Number) will be provided in the application will use
b) General/OBC category by Rs.1250/- plus Rs.30/- (bank charges) and SC/ST by Rs. 650/- plus Rs.30/- (bank charges) Allahabad Bank Account Number (A/C 50199762403 SPMT) a cash deposit bank in 2014 after the invoice number/Journal Number (Challan Number/Journal Number) will be provided in the application will use
Note: Online cash payment 2 days after the application process may be working
For details regarding Application Form, Fee Structure, Deadline etc., please visit our website www.upcpmtee2014.com
Important Dates for UP CPMT 2014:
Download the form to start date: 18th April 2014
Last date for form filling: 20th May 2014 to 05.00 p.m.
Date of Entry Forms to download: 05th June 2014
Entrance Exam Date: 22nd June 2014 (Sunday from 09.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon and Question Paper: Only One Paper Containing Zoology, Botany, Chemistry and Physics)
Exam Results Declared Date: 07th July 2014
Last date to apply for Scrutiny: 12th July 2014
The first phase counseling: 25th July 2014
The first phase of the College to contribute to allocate the last date of counseling: 31st July 2014
Phase II counseling: 28th Aug 2014
Phase II of the College to contribute to allocate the last date of counseling: 30th August 2014
Commencement of the academic session: 01st Aug 2014
MBBS / BDS last date for admissions: 30th Sept 2014
BHMS/BAMS/BUMS last date for admissions: 30th Oct 2014
King George’s Medical University Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh)
Pariksha Bhawan (PHI Building), K.G. Medical University, Lucknow 226003
Tel: 0522 2999853, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
All you need to know about JIPMER MBBS Entrance Exam 2014
Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research (JIPMER) happens to be one of the oldest and most prestigious institutions for undergraduate and postgraduate medical study aspirants across the country. With a rich heritage from the colonial era, the institute also serves as one of the best medical research facility in India.
JIPMER Entrance Exam 2014 will be conducted by Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER) for admission to MBBS course for the academic 2014 session.
Eligibility Criteria for JIPMER MBBS Entrance Exam 2014
The aspirants who wish to fill JIPMER MBBS 2014 application form must have following eligibility criteria:
Nationality: Indian Nationals, Overseas Namakkal, Puducherry, Salem, Tirunelveli, Thiruvannamalai, Trichy, Trivandrum, Vijayawada, Visakhapatnam
East Zone (8 Cities): Asansol, Bhubaneswar, Durgapur, Guwahati, Hooghly, Howrah, Kalyani, Kolkata
March 19, 2014 (11.00 a.m.)
Close of Registration: May 02, 2014 (16.30 hrs)
Entrance Exam: June 08, 2014 (10.00 a.m. – 12.30 p.mcentres:
The exam will be conducted across 36 centres nationwide.
North Zone (7 Citie ) West Zone: (4 Cities): Bhopal, Citizens of India (OCI) are also eligible to apply
Qualification: Must have passed / appeared for HSC (10+2) examination with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/ Biotechnology and English / Equivalent
Age: Candidates must have attained 17 years of age at the time of admission or should complete 17 years on or before 31st Dec 2014 i.e., must have been born on or before 01st Jan 1998
JIPMER MBBS 2014 Entrance Exam Pattern
The exam will comprise of only multiple choice questions. All the questions asked will be based on the syllabus of Class XI and XII. The total number of multiple choice questions is 200, divided amongst English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
JIPMER exam question test’s each question will carry one mark, and there will be no negative marks for wrong answers. The exam duration is two hours.
Mark Distribution will be as follows:
Physics: 40 Chemistry: 40 English: 40 Botany: 40 Zoology: 40
JIPMER 2014 MBBS examination ne Registration: s): Delhi, Faridabad, Ghaziabad, Greater Noida, Gurgaon, Lucknow, Meerut
TIMES OF INDIA
Percentage back in JEE merit list
TIMES NEWS NETWORK
Kolkata : The rethink started after Supreme Court passed an order against CBSEs holding the single medical entrance examination. NEET was scrapped.
A circular issued this year asked state JEE boards to follow the MCI notification of 1997 and revert to the .Thus, we have also decided that the eligibility criteria for merit determination will be on 50% aggregate and 50% in JEE marks in place of percentile, said JEE chairman Bhaskar Gupta on Saturday.
The board has decided to award ranks to all candidates. Even examinees who do not qualify for the e-counselling by bagging a positive point in JEE will be ranked. Till 2013 the board only gave ranks to students who obtained a positive mark. We want to change this because everyone wants to know where they stand with respect to the competition, Gupta said.
Maity Educational and Medical Research Institute Pvt Ltd director Amiya Kumar Maity maintains that the change wont help medical aspirants. Seats will go vacant because many students wouldn’t be able to achieve the requisite 50% marks in JEE examination because the JEE board has reduced the total marks in biology to 100from 200.It was the only subject in which medical students scored more than physics or chemistry, Maity said. He also argued against negative marking. I have written to chief minister Mamata Banerjee and education minister Bratya Basu about my concerns, he said. The board chairman, however, sticks to the negative marking process.
It is clear violation of Medical Council of India (MCI) rules & regulation and also Supreme Court orders. Minimum pass mark for medical in WBJEE – 2014 : General – 50 percentile, SC/ST– 40 percentile, OBC –A, OBC –B – 45 percentile instate of percentage (%).
Ms. Mamata Banerjee,
Hon’ble Chief Minister
Govt. of West Bengal
Writer’s Building Kolkata -700001
Sub : Regarding fresh registration of candidates for the admission to the undergraduate medical courses (MBBS/BDS) for 488 seats in the third round of counseling, clear violation of Medical Council of India (MCI) rules & regulation and also Supreme Court orders.
With due respect and humble submission I like to draw your kind attention regarding following matter :
- The health department, Govt. of West Bengal, has issued the notification for the third round of counseling to conduct fresh registration of candidates on 21 August 2013. But conduction of fresh registration of candidates at this level is flouting rules framed by the Medical Council of India (MCI), a gazette notification on 1 March, 2004 published in Part III Section 4 of the Gazette of India. The future of the candidates will be jeopardized due to the delay in registration which will lead to the cancellation of medical candidature of many students. Same incidence has happened recently for Post Graduate Medical Trainee for the session 2012-15 whose candidature is rejected by the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India due to delay admission without maintaining the time schedule of MCI for the course.
- As per notification issued by Director of Medical Education & Ex-Officio Secretary to the Govt. of West Bengal on dated 18.06.2013 it was clear that last date of submission of e-challan for registration in undergraduate medical counseling process for the session 2013-14 was 10th July, 2013. All eligible candidates have to submit their registration fee within 10th July, 2013 only through e-challan.
The Secretary of Medical Council of India by a letter vide memo no. MCI-34(MC)/2012-GEN/158572 dated 08.02.2013 advised all the State Govts. to strictly follow the “Graduate Medical Education Regulations” while making admissions in MBBS Course.
Now the choice locking for 3rd round counseling is between 12th to 15th September, 2013 and process of seat allotment – Round 3 is 16th – 17th September, 2013; Result publication 18th September, 2013; Admission 23rd to 25th September, 2013.
- In MCI Regulations on graduate medical Education -1997, page no. 85-86, also MCI Public Notice dated 25-08-2012 and MCI letter dated 08-02-13 to West Bengal state’s medical education/health secretary & DME, it is clear that seat allotment after 1st round of counseling will be from the waiting list only. Even those who have not joined the course after selection in 1st round, they will also lose the chance of joining in successive 2nd & 3rd rounds of counseling.
All students already admitted to MBBS & BDS courses, transferee students, wait-listed students, and also newly registered students as per notification of 3rd counseling, all together around 1,200 NEET (UG) 2013 ranker for state of West Bengal will be involved in 3rd counseling notification. Total number of vacant seats exist around 488. Last date of admission to MBBS & BDS course for the session is 30th Sept. After the stipulated date, either State or MCI or Central Govt. or Hon’ble High Court have no power to admit student(s) for the course, only Supreme Court can consider the matter.
In this year, Union Territory Chandigarh had also announced fresh registration for the vacant seats of their 3rd round counseling in their place. But in a judgment the High Court of Punjab and Haryana on 08.08.2013 clearly stated mentioning the case of Priya Gupta Versus State of Chhattishgarh & Ors., 2012 (7) SCC 433 that their notification is against MCI Rules. It is, thus, his submission that the U. T. Chandigarh could not have invited fresh applications as in terms of the observations of the Hon’ble Supreme Court none of the authorities are vested with the powers of relaxing, varying or disturbing the time schedule or the procedures of admission as provided in the judgment of the Hon’ble Supreme Court and the Medical Council of India Regulations. In fact, his submission is that the Hon’ble Supreme Court has been quite categorical that to act to the contrary would be a contemptuous and, thus, MCI could not have extended any date without leave of the Hon’ble Supreme Court or give sanctity to a fresh process for vacant seats.
- In the said case of Punjab and Haryana High Court, we may note that one of the submissions of the learned counsel for the MCI is based on the observations made in Priya Gupta Versus State of Chhattishgarh & Ors., 2012 (7) SCC 433. It is his contention that the schedules as stated therein cannot be altered as they have been declared by the Hon’ble Supreme Court to be the law of land in terms of Article 141(Article 141 in The Constitution Of India 1949 Law declared by Supreme Court to be binding on all courts The law declared by the Supreme Court shall be binding on all courts within the territory of India) of the Constitution of India and forming part of the regulations of the MCI.
- That the fresh set of seats will get added to the system, if any, which is due to latest approvals of MCI, it was announced by Medical Counseling Committee to students before 1st round of counseling.
Accordingly the Hon’ble Supreme Court on India in the final verdict of case no. TC (C) 98/2012 order dated 18.07.2013 in clause 163 it was mentioned likewise “ The Transferred Cases and the Writ Petitions are, therefore, allowed and the impugned Notifications Nos. MCI-31(1)/2010-MED/49068, and MCI.18(1)/2010-MED/49070, both dated 21st December, 2010, published by the Medical Council of India along with Notification Nos. DE-22-2012 dated 31st May, 2012, published by the Dental Council of India and the amended Regulations sought to be implemented thereunder along with Notification Nos. DE-22-2012 dated 31st May, 2012, published by the Dental Council of India, are hereby quashed. This will not, however, invalidate actions so far taken under the amended Regulations, including the admissions already given on the basis of the NEET conducted by the Medical Council of India, the Dental Council of India and other private medical institutions, and the same shall be valid for all purposes.”
After the above mentioned order of the Apex Court, any further notification regarding new registration for counseling after the date 18th July, 2013, is a clear invalidate action. It is a clear violation of the order of the Supreme Court.
7. In Frequently asked questions for Round-3 (NEW) by MCC it is mentioned who are eligible and who are not.
Q. No. 15: Who are eligible for 3rd Round of allotment ?
Group–I : Registered candidates who did not get any seat allotment
in the 1st or 2nd round of seat allotment and are required to submit fresh choices as per the vacancies shown.
Group-II : Registered candidates , whose allotted Seats in 1st Round or 2nd round have been cancelled due non-production of requisite documents
GROUP-III : Registered candidates, whose allotted reserved quota
Seats in 1st Round or 2nd round have been cancelled during the document verification, due to change of Category from reserved to Unreserved or PH status from Yes to No, would still be eligible in the next round of seat allotment subject to fulfillment of eligibility conditions, with changed criteria. They also require submitting fresh choices.
Group–IV: Candidates who have given option for participation in 3rd round at the time of 1st and/or 2nd round reporting at allotted institutions.
Group V: Not reported due to any reason at Allotted Institute after seat allotment in either 1st or 2nd rounds.
Group VI: Reported & Withdrawn/resigned from seat at the Allotted Institute
Group VII: Candidates who previously did not opt for up-gradation for round 3 at the time of taking admission.
Group VIII: Candidates who have newly registered after submission of
e-challan within the stipulated days of online registration for round 3.
As per rules and regulation of MCI, only Group I and Group IV candidates can join the 3rd round of counseling for vacant seats. In notification for 3rd round of counseling giving a fresh chance for admission to all other Groups except mentioned two, is against Graduate Medical Education Regulations, 1997.
Admission of many student may be cancelled. As a result many seats will remain vacant as 30th September is the last day for undergraduate admission. A major chaotic situation will arise like the mentioned post graduate seats of 2012-15 session. About 1500 students and also all the permitted colleges like IQ City Medical College Durgapur, Joka ESIC Medical College, Murshidabad, Malda Medical College etc will face great troubles. There will be huge monetary loss of State Govt. and Health Care System will run through severe disturbance and those officials related with the violation of schedule of completion of Admission Process for 1st MBBS Course, will be under the provision of contempt of Court as per Supreme Court Order.
My appeal before you, to consider the gravity of the matter take necessary action to rescue the students from this grave situation.
With best regards ,
DR. A. K Maity, Director Dated-13/09/2013
Dr. Maity Educational and Medical
Research Institute Pvt. Ltd
515/1 Lake Gardens , Kolkata-700045,
Ph. No. 9143159986 /9830173422
E.mail : email@example.com
Enclo : 1. Copy of Important Notification about 3rd Round MBBS/BDS counseling of Sate of West Bengal.
2. Copy of MCI Circular dated 08-02-2013 to the State Health Secretary & DME about selection norms.
3. Order copy of HC Punjab & Haryana, case of Swati Sihag
4. Copy of MCI Public Notice on 25-08-2012 regarding time schedule.
Copy to – 1. Chairman, MCC & Special Secretary Health & Family Welfare
Dept. Govt. of West Bengal , 2) Vice-Chancellor, The West Bengal University of Health Sciences (WBUHS), 3) Director of Medical Education, Govt. of West Bengal 4) Principal Secretary Higher Education Govt. of West Bengal
Students may pay for state flouting MCI rules
07 Sep 2013
The state health department’s decision to conduct fresh registration for the admission of candidates to the undergraduate medical courses in the third round of counselling, flouting one of the key rules framed by the Medical Council of India (MCI), may lead to the cancellation of medical seats in many of the state-run medical colleges from the next academic session.
The MCI, in a gazette notification on 1 March, 2004 said that all the states and medical colleges must complete their registration from June to July every year. The Supreme Court, in an order, asked the states to strictly follow the MCI guideline, the violation of which may lead to contempt of court, fines and imprisonment.
The health department issued notification for the third round of counseling to conduct fresh registration for the candidates on 21 August this year. Hence, the future of the candidates may be jeopardised due to the delay in registration of candidates.
Sources in the health department said that around 1,200 medical aspirants would get admission through the third round of counselling. Of them, around 341 seats in the state will be filled by the candidates whose names were featured in the merit list but who did not get an admission in the permitted medical colleges. The rest are the candidates who had already got admission in some of the medical colleges in the districts and are participating in the third round of counselling to secure a seat in one of the city medical colleges. Permitted medical colleges will lose some of the existing seats if the MCI does not approve the new registration and these permitted colleges will not be able to admit the candidates after 30 September, as per the MCI rule.
Permitted medical colleges are those who need the MCI’s permission for admitting candidates annually. These are the College of Medicine & Sagore Dutta Hospital in Kamarhati, College of Medicine and JNM Hospital in Kalyani, Murshidabad Medical College and Hospital, Malda Medical College and Hospital, ESIC-PGIMSR & Medical College Joka, and a private medical college, IQ City Medical Durgapur. Dr Amiya Kumar Maity, a medical expert, said: “The state government should be little cautious while issuing a notification. There had been instances where the MCI did not regularise the courses in the state due to the violation of rules.”
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
Quota for Medical Seats
|The following reservation quota is prescribed for admission to undergraduate and postgraduate medical courses under the All India Quota and central Government institutions:i. Scheduled Castes –15% ii. Scheduled Tribes – 7.5%iii. Other Backward Classes – 27% (only in central Government Institutions/ Universities). The benefit of reservation can be extended only to the OBCs included in the Central List and the implementation of reservations for OBCs has to be without any change in the seats available for Unreserved Category.Further, the regulations of Medical Council of India’s (MCI) provides that for both PG and UG, 3% seats of the annual sanctioned intake capacity shall be filled up by candidates with locomotors disability of lower limbs between 50% to 70% and in case the quota remains unfilled on account of unavailability of such candidates then such unfilled seats shall be filled by candidates with locomotors disability of lower limbs between 40% to 50%.No specific case has been reported to this Ministry by Delhi University and Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University.This information was given by the Union Minister of Health & Family Welfare ShriGhulamNabi Azad in written reply to a question in the LokSabha today.BN/BK/HB (Release ID :98913)|
MBBS: Health dept issues counselling notification in violation of SC order
28 Aug 2013
Kolkata, 27 August The state health department has issued a fresh notification for the third round of counselling for admission to MBBS and BDS courses, flouting an order of the Supreme Court.
The notification, dated 21 August asked the candidates who had cleared the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) to submit their registration fees through e-challan between 23 August and2 September.
Experts said the decision to conduct a third round of counselling violated the SC order as the court had quashed the examination, validating only those admissions which have already been made, or the process of which had already been started at the time of the order. They also feel that the future of around 1200 candidates may be in jeopardy if their admissions get cancelled in the future.
On previous occasions, Calcutta High Court had scrapped the candidature of some MD/MS students whose admissions were done in violation of guideline framed by the Medical Council of India.
The SC in its 18 July order, declared the NEET to be unconstitutional,but validated admissions which were already done before the order was issued, or those for which the process had already been started by the states and private medical colleges on the basis of NEET. But the state health department issued a fresh notification for the third round of counselling only six days ago, which is not in keeping with the order of the highest court. The parents of many of the candidates are planning to approach Calcutta High Court against the decision.
In a significant order, the Punjab and Haryana High Court on Thursday quashed a controversial notification to extend the last date of receiving applications for the enhanced 50 MBBS seats at the Government Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) in Sector 32, Chandigarh.
The GMCH-32 had, on August 1, issued the notification to effectively extend the last date of applications for the undergraduate course from the original June 24, as was mentioned in the prospectus, to August 6.
Also, the High Court directed the Chandigarh Administration and the GMCH-32 authorities to reject all such applications, which were received after June 24, which was the last date of receiving applications.
The High Court further ordered to proceed with the counselling, which was scheduled to begin at 9.30 am on Thursday but was on Wednesday postponed till the disposal of the case.
A bench, headed by Justice Rakesh Kumar Jain pronounced the order in an open court on a writ petition filed by an aggrieved student Arpit Agrawal, who had challenged the calling of fresh applications for the additional 50 undergraduate seats at GMCH-32.
Counsels for the petitioners further prayed before the court to take up the matter of alleged acceptance of incomplete applications against whose names various deficiencies were pointed out in the list of eligible candidates which was published by the GMCH-32, against the terms and conditions of the prospectus and were liable to be rejected.
On this issue, the court allowed the petitioner to reserve the right to take up the matter when more information is available in this regard.
It is pertinent to note that several such candidates had already been selected in the first round of counselling held on July 29 and 30.The bench also took note of the fact that the last date for admission to the MBBS/BDS course for the current session 2013-2014 was September 30, as held by the Supreme Court in its order passed on July 4 in Mridul Dhar’s case.
Earlier, the senior standing counsel for Chandigarh Administration Sanjay Kaushal, while defending the GMCH-32’s action, argued that the Medical Council of India (MCI) had invited proposals from Government Medical Colleges for additional seats of MBBS on February 8, and accordingly the GMCH-32 had applied for the increase in MBBS seats from 50 to 100 on July 12, and the same was received by MCI on July 15.
Further, MCI raised certain objections to the proposals on the ground of certain deficiencies, which were removed later. “Accordingly, a fresh admission notice was issued on August 1 for inviting fresh applications,” he contended.
The petitioner’s counsels Puneet Gupta and Anil Rana had contended that approximately 1,600 MBBS seats were increased in 32 Government Medical Colleges across the country and no other college or state government had inviting fresh applications for the increased seats and were using the available merit list of candidates, who had already registered with the concerned medical colleges or state governments.
The petitioner had also alleged several irregularities in the admission process at GMCH-32 while accepting applications which were either incomplete or late. “The first list, which was published by GMCH-32 on July 4 (10 days after the last date of application), had only 127 names in it.
Times of India
HC jolt to late MBBS applicants
TNN Aug 9, 2013, 04.03AM IST
CHANDIGARH: Hopes of several aspirants from Tricity — who had applied for admission to MBBS course in Government Medical College and Hospital (GMCH), Sector 32, Chandigarh, after the increase in seats by Medical Council of India — dashed on Thursday, when the Punjab and Haryana high court quashed the UT’s notification on extending the last date of applications beyond June 24.
With this, all those who had applied for admission to GMCH-32 after June 24, in the wake of increase in seats from 50 to 100, will not be able to get admission to the college. Now, the merit-list will be prepared only on the basis of applications received till June 24.
Justice R K Jain of the HC passed these orders while allowing a petition filed by Arpit Agarwal, who was awaiting admission to GMCH in the second-round of counselling.
On August 1, the Chandigarh administration had issued a notification, extending the last date of application for MBBS course from June 24 to August 6. This action of inviting fresh applications had triggered the controversy.
Fifty are additional seats available due to enhancement in intake capacity, permitted by the Medical Council of India as a one-time measure for the academic session 2013-2014 for 32 medical colleges, government and private, throughout the country.
The petitioner had sought quashing of the decision of the Chandigarh administration of inviting fresh applications, as the last date of submission of registration forms was June 24. “Despite the fact that the prospectus specifically provided that incomplete applications were liable to be rejected and application forms will not be entertained after June 24, the college accepted the incomplete forms as well as accepted forms after the last date,” the petitioner argued.
The petitioner had also claimed that the other colleges, where the enhancement of 50 seats for MBBS course has been permitted, were following the original merit-list without inviting new applications.
However, defending its decision of inviting applications after June 24, the UT administration had said on Wednesday that the decision was taken to give opportunity to those meritorious students who could not apply in view of lesser number of seat advertised earlier.
Punjab Haryana HC asks Chandigarh Administration to reject all MBBS Applications
August 9th, 2013
The High Court of Haryana and Punjab has cancelled the notification issued by Government Medical College and Hospital -32 for last date of submission of applications forms for MBBS course.
The HC has directed the Chandigarh Administration and medical college authorities to reject all applications that were received after the last date which was June 24.
Punjab Haryana HC asks Chandigarh Administration to reject all MBBS Applications. Admissions now are to be made on the basis of the earlier merit list. As per the brochure issued by the GMCH, the last date to receive application forms was June 24.
The controversy came up on account of the administration’s action to invite fresh applications for 50 seats. These are additional seats available due to enhancement in intake capacity, permitted by the Medical Council of India as a one-time measure for the academic session 2013-2014, throughout the country.
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Sub – To restrain the Centre’s move to reintroduce National Eligibility cum Entrance Test ( NEET) and abide by the Supreme Court (SC) ruling.
With due respect and humble submission I like to draw your kind attention regarding following matter -:
On 18th July the Hon’ble SC of India has delivered the final verdict on NEET case of TC (C) No. 98/2012 and other related 114 cases. In 203 pages order, the SC quashed the applicability of NEET. The SC ordered that NEET is unconstitutional and it is against the article 19, 25, 26, 29, 30, 370, 371D etc. of Indian constitution.
The Union Health Ministry wants to file a review petition. If so it will be an endless process. This will create confusion and frustration among students and guardians.
NEET (UG) syllabus was same as CBSE syllabus, so the CBSE Board students have got advantage, low talented students got chances in more. Excess syllabus of NEET (UG) in comparison to other Boards, more talented students fail to secure better rank in NEET (UG).
My appeal before you, to consider the gravity of the matter and to restrain the Centre’s move to reintroduce NEET and abide by the SC ruling for the benefits of the majority of the students , guardians and people of India.
With best regards ,
DR. A. K Maity Dated-31/07/2013
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