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State To Organize Medical PG Admission Procedure

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State To Organize Medical PG Admission
Kerala State government took a decision, that not to be a part of common engineering entrance exam conducted by the central government. The Kerala state government feels that the entrance examination conducted by the state education department is good and sufficient for the students of the state.

The state government is al set to modify and bring iut a new prospectus for Medical PG course admission procedure against the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET). As 50% of the seats will be filled by the state, the reservation and other policies of the state will be incorporated in the admission procedure.

The counseling and admission will be conducted by the Commissioner of Entrance Examination (CEE), Thiruvananthapuram.

Rajeev Sadanandan, Heath Secretary said, "The National Board of Examination will give the raw score of NEET. The admission and counseling will be conducted by the state based on the new procedure. The new prospectus will be prepared by the Director of Medical Education (DME) and the Commissioner of Entrance Examination (CEE) will conduct the admission procedures as per the guidelines laid down by the DME".

Regarding the confusion in the online registration for PG admissions, he said that the procedure will be streamlined soon.

The state government has sought more slots fro those who were not able to register. Regarding the options for those who have registered in far-off centres, the minister said that he will have to took closely at it.

The applicants of the NEET had complained that they were unable to register online after sitting for hours before the computer and most of then could not get the desired centres in the state or anywhere nearby.

The flaws noticed for online registration for NEET PG 2013, which is its first kind, can be rectified for the UG Medical entrance examination. They sought more slots for UG course.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi os conducting the examination and more centres and slots will be sought as the number of candidates would be more, said Dr V Gertha, Directer of Medical Education.

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