Follow us on Google+ / Twitter
Science & Technology Commerce & Business Art & Design
Interest Test Solve your Doubts Cut-off Personalized Counselling
By Way2k Way2k
Way2k 5 Oct 2012
GU declares merit list for PG dental

Gujarat University (GU) on Friday, 29th June declared the merit list for admission to postgraduate dental courses in two dental colleges on 50% seats while it also announced a provisional list of 25% seats. This was contrary to the GUs decision to fill 75% seats at Karnavati Dental College and Ahmedabad Dental College and give only 25% seats for management quota. Both GU and the two colleges have agreed to follow the decision of the court which is hearing the case and have said that the verdicts will binding on both parties GU and the management of the two dental colleges.

GU declares merit list for PG dental 

However, with GU giving admission only on 50% seats after reportedly buckling under immense pressure from political and self-financed college big-wigs, academics say that the future of students who have featured in the provisional merit list is uncertain. Suppose the court gives verdict in favour of the college managements that they are allowed to fill 50% of the seats, the future of students who have been given admission in the provisional merit list of 25% seats will hang in balance, said an expert.

Controversy erupted over admission after GU received complaints that the two colleges had jointly organized an entrance test on the basis of which the management would grant admission on their PG seats. GU claimed that this was in gross violation of its rules and regulations, which stipulate that no college can conduct an entrance test on its own and all colleges, should follow the merit list declared after the common entrance test conducted for PG medical students by the varsity.

Courtesy: Times of India

women who cheat on husband open reasons why wives cheat on their husbands coupon prescription savings cards
Show... Comments
Academic Updates
Admission Entrance Result Events
Recent Post
What you missed