Symbiosis Entrance Test 2017, Application Process, Dates, Colleges, Exam Pattern : Symbiosis Entrance Test 2017 Notification The Symbiosis Entrance Test (SET) is a common written test for the admission processes at the undergraduate institutes of Symbiosis International University. SET 2017 is an entrance exam to get into 14 institutes of Symbiosis covering 19 programs. Participating Institutes & Programs Important Dates Exam Pattern SET 2017 has 5 papers: General, Law, Design, Engineering and Health Sciences. The test will be conducted in two session: morning and afternoon. A candidate may give two papers, but he/she will have to choose one paper from morning and one paper from afternoon session. SET 2017 Application Link - Click Here --- For further queries or if you need career guidance please write to us at email@example.com or call us at 9555990000.
BITSAT 2017, Application Process, Dates, Exam Pattern : BITSAT 2017 Notification BITSAT-2017 is a Computer based online test for Admissions to Integrated First Degree Programmes of BITS Pilani Campuses in Pilani, Goa and Hyderabad. Programs Offered Eligibility Criteria For admission to all programs except BPharm - Candidates should have passed class 12th with Physics, Chemistry and Maths, and adequate proficiency in English. For admission in BPharm - Candidates should have passed class 12th with Physics, Chemistry and Maths, and adequate proficiency in English. However candidates with PCM is also allowed to apply for BPharm program. Candidate should have scored 75% marks in class 12th aggregate of PCM or PCB. Candidate who have appeared Class 12th exam in 2016 or if appearing in 2017 are only allowed to apply for BITSAT BITSAT-2017 Exam Pattern Important Dates Application Link - Click Here --- If you would have further queries regarding BITSAT-2017 or need career guidance please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 9555990000.
NEST 2017, Application Process, Eligibility, Important Dates : National Entrance Screening Test 2017 The National Entrance Screening Test or NEST 2017 is a compulsory test for admission to the 5–year Integrated MSc programme in basic sciences – Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics – at: National Institute of Science Education and Research (NISER), Bhubaneswar & University of Mumbai – Department of Atomic Energy Center for Excellence in Basic Sciences (UM–DAE CEBS), Mumbai. Both NISER and CEBS are autonomous institutions established by Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), Government of India, in 2007. NISER is an off–campus centre of Homi Bhabha National Institute (HBNI) and all academic programmes of NISER are affiliated to HBNI. Eligibility Criteria A candidate becomes eligibile for the program if he/she satisfy the following 4 criteria (all 4): (a) Secures a position in the NEST merit list. (b) Pass the XII standard board examination or equivalent in the science stream in the years 2015 or 2016 or 2017 from any recognised Board in India. (c) Secures at least 60% in aggregate in the XII standard board examination. For SC/ST/PD students the requirement is 55%. (d) Born on or after August 01, 1997. For SC/ST/PD students the limit is relaxed by five years. Important Dates Application Start - January 2, 2017 Online Application Last Date - March 06, 2017 Admit Card Download Date - April 14, 2017 Date of Examination - May 27, 2017 Result Announcement - June 16, 2017 NEST 2017 Examination Pattern The question paper will consist of 5 (five) sections of objective (MCQ) type questions. Section 1 is the general section and is of 30 marks. There will be no negative marking in the general section. Sections 2 through 5 are of 50 marks each and will contain subject specific questions from Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics. Application Link - www.nestexam.in -- For more information or if you would need career guidance, please email us at email@example.com or call us at 9555990000.
NIFT 2017, Admission Process, Important Dates, Exam Pattern : NIFT 2017 Admission Notification National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) has released its notification for admission to: Bacehlor of Design (B.Des) (Eligibility - Class 12th - any stream/subject) Bachelor of Fashion Technology (B.FTech.) (Eligibility - PCM in class 12th) Master of Design Master of Fashion Technology Master of Fashion Management NIFT Campus - Total 16 Admission is via NIFT paper based entrance exam called as General Ability Test (GAT), Creative Ability Test (CAT) and Situational Ability Test (SAT), that will be conducted on 12th Feb, 2017 across India at 32 cities. Important Dates Admission Process The admission to various courses of NIFT is via General Ability Test (GAT), Creative Ability Test (CAT) and Situational Ability Test (SAT), that will be conducted on 12th Feb, 2017 across India at 32 cities. For Bacehlor of Design course - student need to give CAT & GAT. For Bachelor of Fashion Technology course - student need to give only GAT. Both GAT and CAT are of 2 hours (Each) duration and will be conducted on 12th Feb. On the Basis of result of CAT & GAT, students will be called to give another exam called as Situation Test (SAT). For Bachelor of Fashion Technology course there is no situation test and admission is only via GAT. Examination Pattern For B.Des & M.Des GAT comprises of following sections: Quantitative Ability Communidation Ability English Comprehension Analytical Ability General Knowledge & Current Affairs For B.FTech. course GAT comrises of following sections: Quantitative Ability Analytical & Logical Ability General Knowledge & Current Affairs Case Study Pattern of Creative Ability Test/CAT (only for B.Des, M.Des course): This test is administered to judge the intuitive ability, power of observation in concept development and design ability of the candidate. An important aspect of the test is the creative and innovative use of colour and illustration skills. Pattern of Situation Test (only for B.Des) Shortlisted candidates for B.Des from the written entrance examination are required to take a Situation Test which is a hands-on test to evaluate the candidate’s skills for material handling and innovative ability on a given situation with a given set of materials. The model will be evaluated on space visualization, innovative and creative use of given material, composition of elements, colour scheme, construction skill, finesse of the model and overall presentation etc. These parameters will be checked with the write up explaining the concept behind the model constructed. Since the medium of instruction in NIFT is English, the write-up will be in English. No marks will be given for write-up in any other language. --- For any further career guidance queries please write to firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 9555990000.
CLAT 2017, Admission Process, Forms, Eligibility, Important Dates : CLAT 2017 Admission Process & Notification General Information about CLAT 2017 CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) is the most demanding law entrance exams for admission into the 5 year integrated law course (BA-LLB, Bcom-LLB, BSc-LLB, BBM-LLB). CLAT 2017 will be conducted by NLU, Patna. A total of 18 NLU's (including MNLU, Nagpur) take admission for the UG level Law program via CLAT 2017. CLAT 2017 Exam Date - May 14, 2017 Total Seats - 2,522 for UG 5 year Law program Important Dates Notification - 25th Dec, 2016 Form Application to start on - 1st January, 2017 Last Date to Apply - March 31, 2017 Exam Date - May 14, 2017 List of 18 participating Institutes National Law School of India University, Bangalore (NLSIU).National Academy of Legal Study & Research University of Law, Hyderabad (NALSAR).National Law Institute University, Bhopal (NLIU).The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata (WBNUJS).National Law University, Jodhpur (NLUJ).Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur (HNLU).Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar (GNLU).Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow (RMLNLU).Rajiv Gandhi National Law University, Patiala (RGNUL).Chanakya National Law University, Patna (CNLU).National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi (NUALS).National Law University Odisha, Cuttack (NLUO).National University of Study & Research in Law, Ranchi (NUSRL).National Law University & Judicial Academy, Assam, Guwahati (NLUJAA).Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University, Visakhapatnam (DSNLU).Tamil Nadu National Law School, Tiruchirappalli (TNNLS).Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai (MNLU).Maharashtra National Law University, Nagpur (MNLU) Application Link - www.clat.ac.in Please note that the form application will start from Jan 1, 2017. --- If you would require any career guidance or have any query, please write to us at email@example.com or call us at 9555990000.
NATA 2017 Architecture Exam Notification : NATA 2017 Admission Notification Dates for The National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) 2017 is announced. It measures the aptitude of the applicant's drawing and observation skills, sense of proportion, aesthetic sensitivity and critical thinking ability along with mathematical and general knowledge . Eligibility: 50% in 10+2 with Maths as an academic subject. Please note that any student from Science, commerce and Arts can give NATA exam if they have studied Maths in class 12th. Change in NATA this year Unline last year, NATA 2017 will be conducted on a single day across the country. It will be conducted on a pen and paper based format. Examination Pattern Exam Schedule ---- If you are looking to get career guidance or opt for our entrance exam application alert programs, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 9555990000.
NCHM JEE 2017 : NCHMCT JEE Notification NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR HOTEL MANAGEMENT AND CATERING TECHNOLOGY (NCHMCT) under Ministry of Tourism Government of India started inviting applications for admission to B.Sc. Hospitality & Hotel Administration 2017-18 selected based on all India exam JEE. Eligibility: A pass in 10+2 system of Senior Secondary examination or its equivalent with English as one of the subjects. Candidate must have passed English as a subject of study (core/elective/functional) in the qualifying examination. Application procedure: Application should be done online and payment can be made through demand draft . You are required to pay a fee of Rs. 800 for General, Rs. 400 for SC/ST/PWD category. SCHEDULE OF EXAMINATION Application Form Available Online 12 December 2016 to 14 April 2017 Last Date for receipt of filled-in form 14 April 2017 Availability of Admit Cards on NCHMCT website 19 April 2017 onwards Written Examination (JEE 2017) 29 April 2017 (Saturday) Timings of JEE 2017 1000 Hrs to 1300 Hrs (3 hours) Result of JEE on website 3rd Week of May, 2017 Conduct of Counselling Last week of May 2017 and First week of June 2017 Commencement of Academic Session 17 July, 2017 Link to apply online: https://applyadmission.net/nchmjee2017 -- Reach us with any query on email@example.com or call us at 9555990000.
Christ University 2017 Admission Notification for BBA BA Bcom : Christ University 2017 Admission Notifications Christ University has started its application to the following UG level programs from Dec 9, 2016: BCom (Regular) BCom (F&A) BCom (Regular) Morning BA BSc BBA-Tourism & Travel Mgnt BTech BA BBA FIB BBA Honours BBA (F&A) BHM BA - LLB BBA - LLB BCA BCom Honours BCom Professional BCom International Finance Application Link - https://christuniversity.in/apply-online Application Modes Direct Mode: Applicants can obtain the application forms after remitting the prescribed application processing fee at Counter No.7, Office of Admissions, Ground Floor, Central Block, Christ University Main Campus, Bengaluru from December 08, 2016. After obtaining the direct mode application the candidate has to fill the application online by using the link: http://offlineapp.christuniversity.in/.The application will not be valid if not filled and submitted online. Online Mode: The online applications will be available from 04:00 PM, December 08, 2016 onwards. Applicants can fill and submit the application forms online on the University website. The online application can be processed through the payment gateway with a valid Credit / Debit Card / Net banking facility. NRI/OCI/PIO/Foreign Nationals may pay through Demand Draft, made in favour of Christ University, payable at Bengaluru. (Details are given under the preferred programme page in the University website). Applicants must print and sign the application form before submitting to the Office of Admission for further consideration. They are advised to take a copy of the application form for further reference and to produce at the time of selection process. Applicants should send / submit the application and the required supporting documents in an A4 size Envelope ONLY and must mention programme applied for with Mobile Number. For all programmes (except BCom Regular, BCom F & A and BCom Morning Track) application forms along with supporting documents may be sent/submitted:By Registered Post / Courier Service to The Office of Admissions, Christ University, Hosur Road, Bengaluru - 560 029 And Only for (BTech & MTech Programmes) Faculty of Engineering, Christ University Mysore Road, Kanmanike, Kumbalgodu, Bengaluru - 560 074 Directly (In-Person) between 9 AM and 4 PM on all working days except on Saturday (9 AM to 12 Noon) at : Office of Admissions,Central Block,Christ University Main Campus,Hosur Road, Bengaluru – 29 And Only for (BTech) Faculty of Engineering, Christ University Mysore Road, Kanmanike, Kumbalgodu, Bengaluru - 560 074 --- If you wish to get further guidance and Management/Law/Engineering/Medical (NEET) entrance exam alerts, please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 9555990000.
NEET 2017,Application Process, Important Dates, Eligibility, Cut-off, Counselling : NEET 2017 (OFFICIALLY ANNOUNCED) "This article is updated post NEET 2017 notification is officially announced on 31st January 2017" NEET 2017 (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) is a single window entrance exam for 52,304 MBBS & BDS seats in the private & govt. medical colleges of India (except AIIMS & JIMPER). As per Hon. Supreme Court order from 2016 the AIPMT is now changed to NEET. There were lot of orders by Supreme Court in the NEET 2016-17 academic year admission process and much clarity has come now for the NEET 2017-18 academic year. A special note on the admission process via various counseling has been added on 24th June, 2017. Please note the following points as mentioned below for the admission counseling process via NEET: 1. 15% seats admission in any government medical college in India (except AIIMS, JIPMER and colleges located in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and J&K) will be taken via AIQ counseling held by DGHS centrally (NEET). 2. Rest 85% seats admission in govt. medical college will be taken by state counseling held by government. These 85% seats are only for the state domicile students. 3. 100% seats admission in all 34 private deemed university in India will be taken via AIQ counseling held by DGHS centrally. 4. Private colleges (NOT Private Deemed University) which is affiliated to a state govt university in any state will take admission for its 100% seats ONLY via state govt. counseling. Most of the states will block these states for their own state domicile students only (e.g- Maharashtra). But there are some non-govt. quota seats as well in some private medical colleges (Only in Karnataka, UP and Bihar) for which the admission is open to outside State students as well. NEET 2017 Eligibility Criteria to appear (New Criteria introduced) Candidate should have completed 17 years of age as on 31st Dec 2017 Candidate should have Indian nationality or be overseas citizen of India (OCI) Age Limit (New Criteria which has changed again on 31.03.2017) No Age Limit (as per Supreme Court order on 31st March, 2017). Age Limit of 25 years for General Category and 30 years for other categories has been removed. NEW CRITERIA OF RESTRICTED ATTEMPTS INTRODUCED: The number of attempts which a candidate can avail at NEET-UG examination shall be limited to 3 (three) uniformly to all the candidates. However as per new notification on 3rd Feb, 2017, writing NEET 2017 will be counted as FIRST ATTEMPT. It means everyone can give NEET exam in 2017 irresepctive of their number of attempt in the past. Indian Nationals, Non Resident Indians (NRIs), Oversees Citizen of India (OCIs), Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs) & Foreign Nationals are eligible to appear in NEET (UG)-2017. Candidates should have scored minimum 50% marks in class 12th PCB (Physics, Chemistry, Biology). For SC/ST/OBC, minimum marks in class 12th PCB should be 45%. NEET 2017 Elgibility criteria for seats under the control of states/universities/institution/AFMC/Central Pool Quota Indian Nationals, Non Resident Indians (NRIs), Oversees Citizen of India (OCIs), Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs) & Foreign Nationals are eligible for admission in Medical/Dental Colleges subject to rules and regulations framed by the respective State Governments, Institution and the Government of India. Foreign nationals may confirm their eligibility from the concerned Medical/Dentals college/state NEET 2017 Elgibility criteria for 15% All India Quota Seats Indian Nationals, Non Resident Indians (NRIs), Oversees Citizen of India (OCIs), Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs) & Foreign Nationals are eligible for 15% All India Quota Seats Candidates from Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Jammu & Kashmir (J&K): Students from the States of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and J & K are NOT ELIGIBLE for 15% all India quota seats as these States had opted out of All India Scheme since its inception. If they claim eligibility, they must submit online Self Declaration which will be generated and printed automatically along with confirmation page for the record and to present during counselling. Candidates from the States of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and J & K can appear in NEET (UG) for admission to Private Medical/Dental Colleges or any Private/Deemed University and Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC), Pune subject to the fulfilment of eligibility conditions. NEET 2017 Important Dates (FINAL RELEASED) Events Dates NEET 2017 Application Form Release Jan 31, 2017 NEET 2017 Application Form Last date to Submit March 1, 2017 NEET 2017 Application Fees Last Date Jan 31 to March 1, 2017 Admit Card Uploading Date Apr 15, 2017 NEET 2017 Exam Date May 7, 2017 Answer Sheet Downloading 4th week of May 2017 NEET 2017 Exam Result June 08, 2017 NEET 2017 exam language & centres Hindi English Assamese Bengali Gujarati Marathi Tamil Telugu Kannada (Added Recently) Odiya (Added Recently) NEET 2017 Admission & Reservation Reservation of Seats in government medical colleges under 15% All India Quota 15% seats are reserved for SC candidates 7.5% seats are reserved for ST candidates 27% seats as per Central Act are reserved for non-creamy layer OBC candidates only in Central Educational Institutions. Reservation would be applicable to the castes mentioned in the Central list of OBC. Thus, the candidates falling in this list may mention OBC-NCL in the Category Column in application form. Candidates from creamy layer and those who do not come under Central List of OBC are advised to mention their category as Unreserved (UR) Differently abled candidates as per MCI guidelines are: PH-1: Candidates with locomotor disability of lower limbs from 50% to 70% PH-2: Candidates with locomotor disability of lower limbs from 40% to less than 50% 3% seats are reserved on horizontal basis for Physically Handicapped candidates (only for locomotor disabilities of lower limbs between 50% to 70%, provided that in case any seat in this 3% quota remains unfilled on account of unavailability of candidates with locomotor disability of lower limbs between 50% to 70% then any such unfilled seat in this 3% quota shall be filled up by persons with locomotor disability of lower limbs between 40% to 50% before they are included in the seats of respective category, as per Certificate of Locomotor Disability) in 15% All India UG quota seat. Candidates who considered themselves eligible for this category are advised to ensure their eligibility by getting themselves examined at any Government Medical College/District Hospital/Government Hospital. However, candidates may kindly note that in case of selection under PH category, they will be required to produce Disability Certificate from one of the disability assessment boards, constituted at the four metro cities, mentioned below, before their scheduled date of counselling: Vardhman Mahavir Medical College and Safdarjung Hospital, Ansari Nagar, Ring Road, New Delhi-110029 (Tel No.011-26190763 & 26163072) All India Institute of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Hazi Ali Park, K. Khadya Marg, Mahalaxmi, Mumbai-400034 (Tel No.022-23544341) Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education & Research, 244, Acharya J.C. Bose Marg, Kolkata-20 (Tel No.033-22235181) Madras Medical College, Park Town, Chennai-600003 (Tel No.044-25305301) How to apply in NEET 2017 Candidates can apply ONLY ONLINE only Aadhar Card is made mandatory to apply for NEET 2017 Online submission of application link - www.cbseneet.nic.in Application fees for General/OBC - Rs. 1,400 Application fees for SC/ST/PH category students - Rs. 750 ------- Important points to note for overall medical admission process from the year 2017: 1. All government & private medical college will take admission via NEET scores only (except AIIMS & JIPMER) 2. There will be only 3 medical entrance exams in India from 2017 academic year: NEET AIIMS - for 7 campus of AIIMS only - Read this for AIIMS entrance exam details - http://www.idreamcareer.com/blog/AIIMS-2017-entrance-exam JIPMER - for 2 campus of JIPMER only 3. Except AIIMS (for its 7 campus across the country) & JIPMER (for Puducherry & Karaikal campus) all other private and government medical colleges will take admission via NEET 2017 scores only. No State government (not even Union Territories) led entrance exam will be allowed from 2017. There was an exception given only for year 2016 to some states who took admission via their state medical exams. 4. Private unaided college (which is affiliated to a State University) or a Deemed University including minority colleges like CMC Vellore, CMC (Ludhiana) will be able to take admission via State centralised admission counselling process only which will be conducted by respective states DME department (Directorate of Medical Education) . No separate application or admission process will be conducted by private unaided college or deemed university. E.g - Deemed University like BVP, D.Y Patil will take admission via Maharashtra State medical admission counselling being conducted by DMER. This will help the students to apply at only one place and will save them application cost and hassle to go for individual private college/deemed university admission process all over India. AFMC, AMU and BHU will conduct their own admission counselling process for admission via NEET 2017 scores. 5. In government medical colleges, admission will happen via two ways: a. 15% of government medical college will be filled by NEET centralised counselling under All India Quota. b. 85% of government medical college will be filled by State government. These seats can be taken by its State domicile students only. 6. Any quota seats like management quota or NRI quota seats will be filled only via NEET score. Students who apply via these categories will have to give NEET exam. Most probably even these quota seats will be filled via State government admission counselling (though this is not confirmed). 7. Central Government of India has notified that next year 10,000 additional medical seats will be added by improving infrastructure in 58 identified government medical colleges. News Link 8. AIIMS (only Delhi campus) has also increased it seats from 72 to 100 from 2017 (next year). News Link 9. We can expect private medical college association like COMEDK, UPUMCWA etc. to be abolished next year as the State govt. will take the responsibility to fill the seats in private medical college of their states. 10. Though the admission process has been regulated to a higher extent, SC or central government has still not regulated the fees structure of private medical colleges. We will need to wait if we see certain regulations on fees. 11. Some states like Maharashtra has kept the domicile as eligibility criteria to even apply in private medical college but other states have not followed this. We do expect that more states will follow the domicile criteria. Hope this give all of the prospective students much clarity on how the admission process for government and private medical college in India will be conducted next year in 2017. --- If you are a medical aspirant and looking to get career guidance, feel free to reach us at 9555990000 or write to us at email@example.com to know about our career guidance program. We will be happy to guide you.
Implementation of NEET is a big failure: Profiteering by Indian Private Medical Colleges put medical students career at stake : This year Indian government created a big confusion on the implementation of NEET. Finally after the order of honourable Supreme Court and various ordinances/Bills (which involved lot of politics) passed by the Indian government, the following implementations were introduced regarding the admission of students in medical colleges in India: 1. All private medical colleges in India would grant admission to MBBS and BDS courses via NEET score which is a centralised entrance exam to select students for medical courses in India. They can't conduct their own entrance exams. 2. All government medical colleges in India will also accept NEET score with only exception given for this year i.e. for States to use their own entrance exams. But from next year (2017) all government medical colleges will have to accept NEET scores only and they can't conduct their own medical entrance exams. This year many States have agreed to use NEET exam scores like Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Andaman & Nicobar, Manipur, Meghalaya, Odisha, Rajasthan, UP, Uttarakhand, and Delhi. But states like Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu conducted their own entrance exams this year. From next year all State government medical colleges can grant admissions only via the NEET score. *Only exception here are AIIMS and JIPMER who do not come under this law and will continue to conduct their own entrance exams (on their own discretion) in the coming years. 3. Every centralised govt. or State govt. college in India (except institutions in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Jammu & Kashmir) has to allocate their 15% of total seats for all India students (irrespective of states), and such 15% seats in each government college will be filled by a centralised counselling process, to be conducted by Director general Health Services, MCI in NEET centralised counselling process. For the rest 85%, govt. medical colleges can fill seats via State counselling process where students from only the home state would be eligible to take admission. After lot of hue and cry, NEET exam was conducted in two phases - NEET 1 & NEET 2. And students felt that now the problem is over and there is a transparent process to get a medical seat in India. But as soon as the NEET results were announced on 16th August 2016, students started to panic and had no clue on the admission counselling process. There existed following confusions: 1. How will NEET conduct 15% all India Quota counselling process ? 2. How will private medical colleges grant admission via NEET scores? Will it be via centralised counselling or via State counselling or some consortium counselling like COMEDK etc. ? 3. How will the NRI quota seats be filled ? 4. Does private medical college still have management quota seats ? Can they still take admission via donation ? 5. How will 85% State quota seats be filled ? 6. As NEET centralised counseling process for 15% All India Quota was made online for the first time, students had no clue about how to participate in it ? I wrote the following article to clear this confusion - http://www.idreamcareer.com/blog/NEET-Counselling which clarifies the doubts regarding the above confusion related to NEET 2016 counselling process. After all of this, students have began to see the true face of private medical colleges. As private medical colleges across India started to release their notifications for separate admission counselling process via NEET scores, students were shocked to see the fees of medical courses. Please see it below yourself: NIMS, Jaipur - Rs. 25 lacs per annum (that is almost 1.10 Cr for complete MBBS course) DY Patil Medical College - Rs. 16 lacs per annum Manipal - Rs. 9.19 lacs per annum Most of the private medical colleges have doubled their fees this year and minimum fees starting in any private medical college is Rs. 5.5 lacs per annum. Please note hostel, fooding, books etc fees is non inclusive. How would a student from low income or even mid income family be able to pay such hefty fees ? How did private medical colleges take advantage of the loopholes in the NEET implementation process ? 1. As there was no fees cap implemented by SC or government, private medical college increased their fees to such a level where meritorious students who have scored high in NEET won't be able to take admission. This will ensure that the cut-off is decreased and the seats are offered to students who belong to high income families (who are not so good in studies and have scored less marks in NEET exam) who can pay such hefty fees. With this we can expect what quality of doctors will be produced by these private medical colleges. Moreover meritorious students who have somehow not been able to get a government medical college stand no where now. So the entire motive of SC and government to put in place a common entrance exam like NEET which will help to improve the quality of doctors went in drain. Overall there was no meaning or change by implementing NEET and its complete failure to bring any change in the medical college admission process. 2. There is no clarity on NRI quota process - whether colleges can take NRI students without NEET or not ? Thus private medical colleges have increased their NRI quota seats and started taking students even without NEET scores at a much higher fees (Approx. 35-50 lacs per annum). 3. As there was no clarity given on admission counselling process of private medical colleges, they started to conduct their own counselling process to take admission via NEET scores. This mean that students need to apply to all private colleges separately by filling an application form which will cost them Rs. 1000-2000 per college and there are over 150 private medical college in India. With their own admission counselling process, private medical colleges will take undue advantage by creating their own laws and processes to admit students, thus creating ways to accept donation. By the means of the forementioned ways, private medical colleges are STILL involved in profiteering, and government or Supreme Court have been able to do nothing about it. Doing business is good but being greedy is bad, and specially when you are involved in creating future doctors of our country. Even post implementation of a single medical entrance exam we see no change in the way private medical colleges conduct their admission process. This is not fair and transparent. Medical students have continued to face such issues from the past 5 years. I do say that implementing NEET is a good thing but government needs to implement following two processes in addition to NEET: 1. Put a fee cap on private medical colleges - This could be segregated based on the category of the medical college. An agency should rate private medical colleges, and different categories of colleges should have different course fees cap structures. This will regulate the fees structure in private colleges. 2. Create an All India centralised admission counselling process for all private medical colleges or at least have a state wise common admission counselling process for all the private medical colleges, thus ensuring a transparent admission process. If government is really serious about creating quality doctors in our country, it needs to consider taking corrective measures on this matter on a priority basis. Ayush Bansal Career Development Facilitator & CEO, www.iDreamCareer.com -------- NEET 2017 Counselling Guidance Program by iDreamCareer.com iDreamCareer.com was one of the only career counselling company in India which was helping medical students across India on the entire NEET medical admission process in 2016. We helped over 2.5 lac medical aspirants in 2016. Most importantly unlike other career counselling companies we are 100% UNBIASED while we guide students. We do not tie-up with any college/university or sell our student database to third party agencies. We are not involved in any donation based admission. We only provide unbiased and indepenedent career guidance to students. Register for iDreamCareer's NEET 2017 guidance program which will provide credible and unbiased information and guidance to students. Under NEET 2017 guidance program students will receive: Single Counselling session on telephone (upto 15 minutes) Email Alerts on NEET, AIIMS & JIMPER exams. Email Alerts on all the medical colleges (both govt. and private) admission process. This also include sending alerts on all the counselling process of different medical colleges in India. Unlimited NEET 2016 counselling query support on email till Sep 30 - You can simply keep on asking your query related to NEET and our counselors will answer back within 48 working hours. This program cost is Rs. 2,000 per student only. 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