Baba Farid varsity invites applications for MBBS, BDS courses
BFUHS will hold counselling for MBBS and BDS courses. The NEET-qualified aspirants can submit their application online till June 23.education Updated: Jun 08, 2018 22:27 IST
The Baba Farid University of Health Sciences (BFUHS), Faridkot, has invited applications for the combined counselling for admission to MBBS/BDS among other undergraduate courses in all medical and dental colleges in the state, including private universities and minority institutions.
BFUHS will hold counselling for MBBS and BDS courses. The NEET-qualified aspirants can submit their application online till June 23.
However, the varsity is yet to announce the seat distribution and fee structure for the undergraduate courses. It also made mandatory for the candidates to submit affidavits of state domicile by their parents and guardians that the student has not obtained the benefit of residence for admission in MBBS/BDS courses in any other state/UT except central counselling by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).
BFUHS registrar Arvind Sharma said the university will hold a meeting with the officials concerned on Monday to decide on the distribution of seats for undergraduate courses.
“The university is extra vigilant this time as the candidates allegedly took multiple domicile benefits in the past years. Therefore, we have made mandatory to submit an affidavit,” said Sharma.
SGRDMC uploads fee structure, seat distribution
Sri Guru Ramdas Medical College, Amritsar, has uploaded on its website the fee structure and seat distribution for the MBBS course. The fees structure of MBBS course for general management/open merit/reserved categories/general minority is ₹6,60,000 with 10 per cent fee hike every year and 1.10 lakh dollars for NRI candidates for the entire course.
The college has distributed a total of 150 MBBS seats of which 75 are general management/open merit which further include 64 general and 11 NRI seats. The general minority category includes 64 minority and 11 NRI seats.
SGRDMC principal Manjit Singh Uppal said though they have uploaded the details the final decision will be taken after the meeting with the directorate of medical eduction and research.
First Published: Jun 08, 2018 22:24 IST