Widespread resentment in TS over MBBS counselling

Hyderabad: There’s widespread resentment in opposition to alleged flouting of norms in counselling for admission into first 12 months MBBS course held by Kaloji Narayana Rao College of Well being Sciences.

Political events, pupil organisations and social activists have condemned the method of the college, which has resulted in scores of Telangana college students both being disadvantaged of seats or a chance to pursue the course in higher schools.

Considerably, the TS authorities and college authorities have maintained silence over the news report “Benefit twist: AP college students enter Gandhi” carried in these columns on Monday. Repeated makes an attempt of this correspondent to get clarification from the college registrar didn’t yield any consequence.


Furthermore, the college went forward with the ultimate spherical of counselling immediately, utilizing the identical technique it adopted for earlier rounds of counselling that left native college students excessive and dry.

All India Congress Committee spokesperson Dasoju Sravan, in an open letter to Chief Minister Ok. Chandrasekhar Rao, demanded that counselling be held afresh with a modified process that safeguards the pursuits of “sons of soil” (Telangana native college students).

“I’m pained to see that native college students have been topic to gross injustice,” he stated, including that sneaking of scholars from the opposite state defeated the very objective of separate statehood for Telangana. Dasoju Sravan charged that the Telangana authorities appears to have turned a blind eye to such a fraudulent exercise.

A pupil from Karimnagar complained that he had been allotted seat in a Hyderabad-based personal school underneath convener quota due to fallacious technique of counselling. “I might have gotten a seat in any authorities school,” he stated, including that he has been compelled to pay a better charge to the personal school.


Social activist and heritage knowledgeable Anuradha Reddy stated she has been devastated over the injustice accomplished to native college students. “It’s a way of déjà vu,” she stated, referring to successive governments within the mixed state misinterpreting the 15 per cent open class and filling it solely with non-locals.

Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad leaders will meet on Tuesday to debate Telangana college students dropping out seats in MBBS. “We are going to research the counselling course of intimately and take up the reason for native college students if they’ve been denied alternative,” stated L Ayyappa, state secretary, ABVP.


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