NEET-PG: Haryana announces joint counselling, Punjab still u
Punjab’s prevailing silence on conducting joint counselling for soon-to-begin-admission to its postgraduate (PG) courses is raising the temper of its medical students, even as Haryana government has already gone ahead to conduct joint counselling for all its private and government medical and dental institutes on the basis of National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET)’s PG merit.

A public notice released by the Haryana two days ago has warned that any admission made by a private institute including those granted status of deemed university at their own level will be declared invalid and such admissions would be considered null and void.

Haryana has two private deemed institutes offering post graduate medical courses besides 9 institutes offering dental surgery courses.

Haryana’s additional chief secretary Medical education Dhanpat Singh said that the government took the call to bring more transparency in medical admission in the state since there were a lot of complaints from students alleging exploitation and corruption in allotment by the private institutes.

Punjab’s decision is pending for last two months even as it received centre’s advisory on December 5 asking all states/UTs if they hold combined counselling for next session’s PG admissions...

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