MBBS addmission 2012-13

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As the month of February approaching end and entering month of March, the parents of 12th Science Biology group become alert and searching the admission process for Medical Science. The students are in full swing of preparation and parents are on web to search the various colleges and universities for admission. What is the last merit number and percentage to enter medical science? Which are the various independent universities and colleges who are offering entrance test? Which are the colleges and universities who are offering management quota and NRI medical admission quota? There are lots of questions and there are lots of answers. So parents get confuse. We are as team of Info MBBS group is guiding all world parents who want admission in medical sciences in India. Keep in touch and write us for update messages and help for admission. informationmbbs@gmail.com

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1.       Dr. D. Y Patil Vidyapeeth, Pune – Deemed University
       – Accredited with NAAC with A grade  
       – Entrance date – Sunday 27th May 2012 for MBBS and BDS
    MBBS seats -150 (include NRI and Management quota 25%)
Admission process
- The admissions to MBBS  shall be done on the basis of merit as ascertained from the performance of the candidates in All India Common Entrance Test - 2012 (AICET-12) and their respective preference(s) given in the Application Form.
NRI/PIO/FN Category: Candidate under this category is not required to appear for AICET-12. Admissions will be made on the basis of inter-se merit as determined by admission committee appointed for the purpose by the competent authority.
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Yenepoya University Admission for MBBS/BDS announcement 2012-13 - A deemed university

Yenepoya Medical College was instituted in the year 1999, with a batch of 100 students. Currently, the first four batches have successfully completed their Internship. At present college have 150 admissions per year including NRI medical seats 23, Government seats 13 and 114 management quota. The year 2005, postgraduate courses in eight clinical branches and also in Pathology, were commenced. The UG & PG courses are recognized by the Medical Council of India and Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore.
Selection of candidates will be on the basis of the marks obtained in the Common Entrance
Test to be held as per the following schedule:
Issue of Applications …. 15.02.2012
Last date for receipt of applications …. 30.04.2012
Issue of Hall tickets …. 10.05.2012
Date of Entrance Test …. 27.05.2012
Date of Publication of answer keys …. 28.05.2012
Last date for receipt of objections/
Informing discrepancies ….. 31.05.2012
Publication of clarification for objections … 06.06.2012
Publication of Rank List ….. 14.06.2012
Commencement of counseling from ….. 10.07.2012
Last date for admission ….. 20.07.2012
Classes to commence from ….. 01.08.2012

Centre of Exams : Mangalore / Bangalore / Kochi / Delhi
Application form is available on web 
www.yenepoya.edu.in (Notice Board)


The University shall be conducting KLE University All India Entrance-Test-2012 (KLE-AIET-2012) for various Under-Graduate courses viz. MBBS, BDS, BPT, BAMS, B.Sc. Nursing, Post Certificate B.Sc Nursing & B. Pharm., and Post-Graduate courses viz. MPT, M.D Ayurveda, M.Sc Nursing & M. Pharm. in the respective constituent units of the University viz.1.: Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Belgaum (Estd. 1963)
2.: KLE VK Institute of Dental Sciences, Belgaum (Estd. 1985)
3.: KLE College of Pharmacy, Belgaum (Estd.1968)
4.: KLE College of Pharmacy, Hubli (Estd 1995)
5.: KLE College of Pharmacy, Bangalore (Estd 1992)
6.: KLE Shri B.M.K Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya, Belgaum (Estd. 1933)
7.: KLE Institute of Physiotherapy, Belgaum {Estd. 1994)
8.: KLE Institute of Nursing Sciences, Belgaum (Estd. 1987)

The KLEU-AIET-2012 will be conducted between 2:00 - 5:00 PM on Saturday, the 5th May 2012 at SEVENTEEN centers across the country viz. Belgaum, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Kolkata, New Delhi, Pune, Jaipur, Panjim, Indore, Chandigarh, Coimbatore, Guwahati, Vijaywada, Kottayam, Mumbai, and Chennai. 
Printout of the application form along with DD for Rs. 1,500/- payable at Belgaum drawn on any Nationalized Bank in favour of Registrar KLE University, Belgaum. has to be sent by post or submitted in person to The Registrar's office, KLE University, Nehru Nagar, Belgaum - 590010, So as to reach on or before Monday, 23rd April 2012 by 5.00 pm.

Tuition fee for all courses shall be as per the revision to be done by the Fee Fixation Committee (constituted as per Hon’ble Supreme Court of India), in January 2012.
The candidates who have passed the qualifying examination as per Medical Council of India (viz. XII / PUC-II / 10 + 2 / HSC / B.Sc Degree / First year of three year degree course) earlier than 2010 are not eligible for applying to KLEU-AIET-2012 for seeking admission to MBBS course.

Date of Entrance Examination:5th May 2012
Last date for receipt of completed application:23rd April 2011

How To Apply:


Nehru Nagar, Belgaum – 590 010. KARNATAKA, INDIA.
Phone: 0831 – 2444444 Fax: 0831-2493777
Website: http://www.kleuniversity.edu.in
E-mail: info@kleuniversity.edu.in

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Ready to serve rural community before getting MBBS degree in India

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Ready to serve rural community before getting MBBS degree
As reported by Tribune India on 4th Feb, Government is in process of increasing internship by one year to all medical graduates before getting degree. Thus there will be two years of internship before getting MBBS degree. The second year compulsory internship will be in rural clinics or PHC. It was reported by the newspaper that if Government notify the new rule, it means that annually 40,000 students who are passing out of medical collages will get medical degree only after they serve the rural community. The Government wants to link this additional one year with National Rural Health Mission. There is a sever shortage of doctors at PHC and that is why the government has decided to take this step.
In addition, there is also a proposal to make mandatory one year posting of all MD/MS doctors of clinical specialties like pediatric, medicine etc at District hospital to cover shortage of clinical staff.
At this juncture, there were no comments for officials of MCI. The Tribune has tried to contact Dr. K K Talwar, Chairman MCI, he told that he would talk about the issue after a week. We can hope that within a week there will be some clear strategy on issue. As we all know that in 2009, Former Health Minister Anbumani Ramadoss has also tried same but it was not implemented till date.
The issue which need to keep in mind while framing such policy are
1. With increase one year internship, the total duration of course will be 6.5 years instead 5.5 years. How do Government implement? Will it be effective to all current students or new comers?
2. Almost half of medical colleges in country are private medical colleges and they have NRI seats. They are taking handsome fees for NRI fees. Will it be applicable to NRI also? They are not going to serve country. Will they get exemption to this additional one year?
3. If theoretically we assume that it will be applicable from 2012. That means that all students who are getting pass in 2012 and starting internship will have to do two years of internship. So they will be eligible for PG exam in 2014. What will happen to 2013 admission? Will it be zero batch?
4. One very good thing is that the MCI will get one more year time to make National Eligibility and Exit Exam Test (NEEET).
5. Second positive point is that Rural Community will get the doctors in full strength and we can hope to reduction in mortality and morbidity indicators.