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					                                 REGULATIONS
                            FOR ADMISSION INTO
       MBBS & BDS COURSES FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR
                        2011-12




                Dr. NTR UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES
                                 ANDHRA PRADESH
                             VIJAYAWADA - 520 008




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     Dr. NTR UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES, ANDHRA PRADESH,
                        VIJAYAWADA - 520 008
                REGULATIONS FOR ADMISSION INTO MBBS & BDS COURSES FOR THE
                                  ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-12

1.   The following are the Regulations for admission of students into MBBS and BDS Courses in
     Medical and Dental Colleges (As appendix - II) in Andhra Pradesh affiliated to Dr. NTR University of
     Health Sciences, Andhra Pradesh for the year 2011-12.
2.   The candidates need not to submit any application form for admission into MBBS/BDS courses as
     per G.O.Ms.no.140 & 141, HM & FW (E1) Dept., dated 04-07-2009.
3.   The Rank in EAMCET-2011 shall be the basis for the selection into MBBS and BDS Courses
     subject to these regulations.

4. PROCEDURE OF SELECTION:
    4.1 Selections will be made by the selection committee appointed by Vice-Chancellor,
        Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences. Selections are Course wise.

     4.2     Counseling Schedule: The counseling schedule was released on 13-07-2011 to Daily
             News Papers and also Press Notification. No individual intimations will be sent.

     4.3     In compliance with the orders of the Hon‟ble High Court of A.P. in W.A.No.795/99 and
             batch dated 23.2.2000; the selections are University Area wise.

     4.4     Reservations shall also be University Area Wise. While allotting the candidates to the
             colleges, the percentage of reservations shall be maintained in each institution as far as
             possible.

     4.5     The 15% of unreserved Seats will be filled First, then the 85% of the local seats will be
              filled as per the G.O.Ms. No. 42, Higher Education (EC2) Dept., dated 18.05.2009

     4.5.1    The counseling shall be in three phases

     4.5.2   In the first phase, OC seats will be filled up.

     4.5.3   In the second phase, the reserved category candidates selected under OC category
             shall be reallotted to the college of their preference depending upon availability of seats
             in the respective category and their eligibility.
                 If a category candidate selected under OC does not attend the 2nd phase of
             counseling it will be presumed that he / she prefer to continue in the college in which he/
             she got selection in the 1st phase.
     4.5.4    The third phase is only for reserved category candidates. In this phase selection and
             allotment of remaining seats reserved for the reserved category candidates and those
             vacated during the second phase of counseling shall be made.

             Phase II and III will be done simultaneously.

     4.6     If a candidate is eligible for a same type of seat in the same course and in same college
             both under the reserved categories of social status and under Army / NCC / PH / Sports
             & Games, he / she will be selected under the category of social status only. The
             candidates provisionally selected into one college will be considered for resultant
             vacancies in another college only. The allotment of college to the NCC and Sports &
             Games candidates shall be by rotation.



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   4.7     All the qualified candidates in EAMCET-2011 and those who have fulfilled the eligibility
           criteria may attend the counseling as per the schedule for admission into MBBS and
           BDS courses for the academic year 2011-12.

   4.8     Candidates attending counseling will have to be accompanied by the parent / guardian
           at their own expenses. The candidates have to pay the Counseling Fee at the reception
           counters of the respective counseling centers. The Counseling Fee for OC and BC is
           Rs.500/- and SC and ST is Rs.300/-

   4.9     Candidates are considered for admission only for such categories for which they clime
           reservation by documents.

   4.10.   The selection will be made only from among the candidates who physically present
           themselves when called in order of merit. Claims of the candidates will not be
           considered if they are absent when called at the time of selection and the next in the
           merit would be called.

   4.11    The selected candidates shall submit all the original certificates and shall pay the
           University fee and Tuition fee on the day of selection at the Counseling center as per
           Regulation 13 (2). The University Fee once paid shall not be refunded under any
           circumstances.
  4.12     THE CANDIDATES SHALL PAY THE FEE PAYABLE TO THE COLLEGE AND TO THE
           UNIVERSITY ON THE DAY OF SELECTION / COUNSELING ITSELF. IF THE
           CANDIDATES FAILS TO PAY THE FEE AFTER CHOOSING A SEAT IN A COLLEGE,
           THE ALLOTMENT WILL BE CANCELLED AUTOMATICALLY WITHOUT ANY NOTICE.

   4.13    If a candidate desires to cancel / withdraw their selection after submission of Original
           Certificates and payment of fee, the candidate has to withdraw by submitting a written
           requisition along with the consent of the Parent to the “Registrar, Dr. NTR University of
           Health Sciences at Vijayawada with in the prescribed period as notified by the University
           as informed in the selection intimation. THE ORIGINAL CERTIFICATES AND
           COLLEGE FEE PAID BY SUCH CANDIDATE WILL BE RETURNED.

   4.14    If any further selection conducted by the University the resultant vacancies shall be
           open to all the candidates below the rank of candidates who have not joined the course
           and the candidates who were absent in the earlier selection. The resultant vacancies
           shall be filled by the candidates belonging to the same category of the seat as those
           who have not joined the course or vacated the seat.

   4.15    Mere attending the counseling does not confer right for a seat.

   4.16    Any candidate who obstructs the proceedings of the selection committee or otherwise
           misbehaves or causes disturbance at the committee meeting, will be liable for
           disciplinary action as may be taken by the University.

   4.17    The committee shall have the power to cancel the selection or admission of the
           candidate at any stage if it is detected that the selection or admission is against the
           regulations either during selection or before closure of admissions.

   4.18    All the candidates selected should undergo Medical Examination as directed by the
           Head of the Institution concerned. The admission of the candidates shall be subject to
           their fitness in the Medical examination.

  4.19     Candidates shall be present till the end of the selections to be available in case, if they
           need to be recalled for any reasons.


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5.          LIST OF MEDICAL & DENTAL COLLEGES: The List of the Medical and Dental colleges
           with seats available are as in Appendix - II.
           The admissions into the colleges are subject to the permission by the Government of India /
           Medical Council of India / Dental Council of India.

NOTE: a) The distribution of seats among various categories, University Area wise for admission
         into MBBS and BDS Courses will be displayed on UHS web site http://ntruhs.ap.nic.in
         and the counseling centers.
      b) In case any new Medical Colleges or Dental Colleges are affiliated to the University /
         any college is permitted by the Govt. of India for the academic year 2011-12, the seats
         in those colleges also will be filled up. If any colleges listed above are not permitted by
         Government of India for the year 2011-12, the seats in that college will not be filled.

6.     RESERVATION OF SEATS:
      6.1 Reservation for Scheduled Castes (S.C.) and Scheduled Tribes (S.T.):
            Out of the seats available for admission by the University, 15% seats shall be reserved for
            candidates belonging to SC, 6% of seats shall be reserved for candidates belonging to
            Scheduled Tribes in each local area
      6.1.1 In the event that if any seats reserved for S.T. not being filled up, they will be thrown open
            to the candidates belonging to the Scheduled Castes and vice-versa.
      6.1.2 In the event of the candidates from the SC and ST are not being available, these seats
            shall be allotted to the candidates under open competition.
      6.1.3 Candidates of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes belonging to the State of
            Andhra Pradesh only which are specified by the Govt. of A.P from time to time shall be
            considered

7.     RESERVATION FOR BACKWARD CLASSES:
          29% of the available seats for admission in each local area by the University for MBBS/
           BDS shall be reserved for candidates belonging to Backward Classes as follows:
             BC-A -7%, BC-B-10%, BC-C-1%, BC-D-7% & BC-E* - 4% as per the G.O.Ms.No.1793,
             Education, dt. 23.09.1970 and G.O.Ms. No.23, Backward Classes Welfare (C2),
             dated.07-07-2007 and G.O.Ms.No.231, Health Medical and Family Welfare (E1)
             Department, dated 11-07-2007.

            * Subject to further orders of the Government of A.P. / High Court.
              If qualified candidates belonging to Back Ward Class of particular group are not
              available, the left over seats can be adjusted for the candidates of next group. If
              qualified candidates belonging to Back Ward Classes are not available to fill up the 29%
              seats reserved for them, the left over seats shall be treated as Open Competition seats
              and shall be filled up with candidates of General Pool.

     7.1     CERTIFICATE OF SOCIAL STATUS:
             The candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Backward
             Classes shall furnish a certificate in the prescribed proforma in support of their claims.
             The social status of Schedule Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Backward Classes
             candidates shall be Scrutinized in terms of G.O.M.s.No.58, SW (J) Dept. Dt12-05-1997.
             The candidates are informed that they will be not be considered for the caste claimed by
             them without the prescribed permanent caste certificate issued by the competent
             authority.




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         No candidate seeking reservation for admission under the above categories be allowed
         to participate in the Counseling for admission unless he produces the Integrated
         Community Certificate prescribed by the Government and issued by the Revenue
         Authorities in the Government (Vide G.O.Ms.No. 58, Social Welfare (J) Department,
         dated. 12-05-1997)

 Note :- The Social Reservation provided for BC‟s SCs, ST‟s in the ratio of 29%,15% and 6%
         respectively shall be vertical reservation.

    7.2. RESERVATION OF SPECIAL CATEGORIES:
    7.2.1 RESERVATION FOR THE CHILDREN OF SERVICEMEN AND EX-SERVICEMEN.
         1% of the seats in each category in M.B.B.S and B.D.S courses shall be reserved for the
         children of Ex-Servicemen, and serving service personnel of the three wings of the
         Defence Services Viz., Army, Navy and Air force subject to the condition that the ex-
         servicemen etc., are residing for a minimum of 5 years in Andhra Pradesh should be
         domicile of Andhra Pradesh. Admission under Army quota will be made from among
         eligible candidates qualified at EAMCET 2011 in the order of preference given below
         subject to other rules.
         a) Children of Armed Force Personnel killed in action.
         b) Children of Servicemen disabled in action and permanently incapacitated as a result
             and invalidated out of service and in receipt of disability pension.
         c) Children of Ex-servicemen, Servicemen in receipt of Gallantry Awards, the order of
             merit for consideration of the Gallantry Awards as given below :
               1) Param Vir Chakra                    7) Vir Chakra
               2) Ashoka Chakra                       8) Shourya Chakra
               3) Sarvotham Yudh Seva Medal           9) Yudh Seva Medal
               4) Maha Vir Chakra                     10) Sena/Nava Sena/Vayu Sena Medal.
               5) Kirti Chakra                        11) Mention in Despatches.
               6) Uttam Yudh Seva Medal
         d) Children of other Ex-Servicemen and Servicemen.

NOTE: Candidates who do not come under any of the categories (a) to (d) under this rule are not
      eligible for consideration under this quota.
      If the number of candidates is more than one in a particular group indicated above selection
      shall be based on Rank at EAMCET 2011 among the candidates belongs to that group.
      Candidates seeking admission under this category should submit “documentary evidence in
      support of their claim from competent defence authority”.

 7.2.2 a) Ex-Serviceman means a person who has served in any rank (whether combatant or as
          non-combatant) in the Armed Forces of Indian Union, including the Armed Forces of the
          former Indian States, but excluding the Assam Rifles, Defence Security Corps, General
          Reserve Engineering Force, Lok Sahayak Sena and Territorial Army, for a continuous
          period of not less than six months after attestation, and
       b) has been released otherwise than at his own request by way of dismissal or discharge
          on account of misconduct or inefficiency or has been transferred to the reserve pending
          such release
                                                  or
      c) has to serve for not more than six months for completing the period of service required
          for becoming entitled to be released or transferred to the reserve.
                                                  or
      d) has been released at his own request, after completing five years service in the Armed
          Forces of the Indian Union.
     e)   In case of an adopted son / daughter, candidate must produce a certificate from the Civil
          Court having jurisdiction in support of such adoption.

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    f)    Children of Servicemen and Ex-Servicemen residing in the state of AP seeking
          admission shall, in support of the claim, submit a residence certificate issued by MRO /
          Tahsildar from where the candidate is claiming the residence of the parent.
    g)    The candidate should also submit a certificate from the Zilla Sainik Welfare Officer of the
          Zilla Sainik Welfare Board as to their eligibility to consider under Army / Ex-Army
          reservation, specifying the category to which the applicant belongs with attested copies
          of documentary evidence for the claim.
    h)     Applications of the candidates submitted for the reservation under Servicemen and
          Ex-Servicemen quota shall be scrutinised by the Andhra Pradesh Sainik Board or its
          nominee and their decision is final and binding on the candidate.
   7.2.3. The children of Ex-servicemen are directed to bring the following original
          certificates at the time of counseling.
          1. Original discharge certificate of his / her parent.
          2. Original Identity Card of his/her parent issued by Zilla Sainik Welfare Officer
             concerned district.
          3. Original Pension book of his / her parent if pensioner.
          4. Residential Certificates of the parent of the candidate issued by the Mandal Revenue
             Officer.
          5. Certificates of Gallantry Award, Gazette Notification, copies of part-II order and
             relevant documents if claims under Priority-I, Priority-II and Priority-III.
          6. Children of Armed Force Personnel Certificate issued by Zilla Sainik Welfare Officer.
         The children of serving soldiers are directed to bring the following original
         certificates at the time of counseling.
         1. Original Identity Card of his / her parent issued by competent authority.
         2. Original pay book / pay slips of his / her parent.
         3. Residential certificate of the parent of the candidates issued by Mandal Revenue
            Officer.
         4. Certificate of Gallantry Award Gazette Notification, copies of Part-II orders and other
            relevant documents if claims under priority-II and priority-III.
         5. Children of Armed forces personnel certificate issued by Commanding Officer.
             Failing which to produce the above documents in original his/her application under
            children of Armed Force Personnel (CAP) category will not be considered for
            admission into respective courses.

    7.3 RESERVATIONS UNDER THE CATEGORIES OF NCC / SPORTS & GAMES /
         PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED (PH)
         Seats shall be reserved in each course and in each category for the following to the extent
         indicated against them:
         1.Physically Challenged            -        3 % (*)
         2.National Cadet Corps             -        1/4% (0.25%)
         3.Games and Sports                 -        1/2% (0.50%)
        (*) Note:      3% Reservation provided to Physically Challenged with the locomotor
           disorders and that too with disability of lower limbs between 40% to 70%, as per the
           instructions of Government of India Lr.F.No.U.12021/8/2002-MEC/ME.III, dt. 12-5-2004
           under Disabilities (Equal Opportunities, Protection of Rights and Full participation) act,
           1995 and as per orders of Hon‟ble High Court of Andhra Pradesh.
                ]




                    The Physically Challenged candidates with locomotary disorder of lower
                    limbs between 40% to 70% are only eligible under the Physically
                    Handicapped quota.




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     NOTE: The guidelines of Govt. of India and regulations of Medical Council of India
           shall be observed in making admissions of differently abled (Physically
           Handicapped) candidates, according to which the Physically Handicapped
           candidates with locomotary disorder of lower limbs between 50% to 70% will
           be considered first and remaining unfilled, candidates with 40% to 50% will be
           considered.

       The candidate seeking the benefit of reservation should present him/herself before
       a Medical Board comprising of at least one Expert/Specialist from the specialty of
       Orthopedics of State Medical Board and obtain a valid disability certificate from the
       Medical Board having been issued within Six months prior to presenting his
       application for seeking admission by claiming the benefit of reservation.

  7.3.1. ELIGIBLE UNDER PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED:
  a) The candidate seeking the benefit of reservation should present him/herself before a Medical
     Board comprising of at least one Expert/Specialist from the speciality of Orthopedics of State
     Medical Board and obtain a valid disability certificate from the Medical Board having been
     issued within Six months prior to presenting his application for seeking admission in any
     medical course by claiming the benefit of reservation.
  b) Medical Board to be constituted for scrutinising the applications, and the candidates should
     appear in person before the medical board. The Medical Board should confirm the disability
     mentioned in the certificate and decide fitness to undergo the rigors of medical education.
  c) The Physically Challenged candidates with locomotar disorder of lower limbs between
     40% to 70% are only eligible under the Physically Handicapped quota.
      NOTE: The guidelines of Govt. of India and regulations of Medical Council of India
             shall be observed in making admissions of differently abled (Physically
             Handicapped) candidates, according to which the Physically Handicapped
             candidates with locomotary disorder of lower limbs between 50% to 70% will
             be considered first and remaining unfilled, candidates with 40% to 50% will be
             considered.
  d) Candidates with the following defects shall not be considered for selection under this
     category:
     1)   Mentally retard;                 2) Blindness;
     3)   Deaf and Dumb;                   4) Chronic Heart, Lung, Kidney and Liver Diseases
     and 5) Muscular Distrophies.
  e) Once the Physical disability is confirmed, merit in EAMCET-2011 is to be taken into
     consideration for allotment of seat.
           The gradation and guidelines for these categories are given as Appendix III as per
    G.O.Ms.No.254, HM & FW (E1) Department, dt. 28-4-1993 and as amended from time to time
    by the Government of Andhra Pradesh. The gradation and guidelines for sports and games
    category as ordered by the Government are given at Sl.No.2 of Appendix III.

    Note: The candidates claiming reservation benefits under the above categories shall
          produce original documents in support of their claim to the Committee for Admissions
          and the committee shall be entitled to refer the original documents of the candidates
          claiming reservation for scrutiny and confirmation to the following authorities:

    (i) NCC                       - To the Director of NCC, Andhra Pradesh.
    (ii) Sports and Games         - To the Vice-Chairman and Managing Director, Sports Authority
                                     of Andhra Pradesh (SAAP)/Sports authority of India.
    (iii) Physically Challenged   - To the Medical Board Constituted by the Competent Authority.
    (iv) CAP                      - To the Director, Sainik Welfare Department, Andhra Pradesh.




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           The Reservation for Special categories mentioned above i.e., regulation 7.2.1 and 7.3
           shall be provided on the basis of compartmentalized horizontal reservation for each
           category of OC,BC,SC and ST‟s as per the G.O.Ms.No.231, Health Medical and Family
           Welfare (E1) Department, dated11-07-2009.

    7.4       RESERVATION FOR WOMEN CANDIDATES:
                33 1/3% of seats in statewide institutions and in each local area are guaranteed for
                women candidates in each category i.e., Open Competition, Scheduled Castes,
                Scheduled Tribe, Backward Classes Groups A, B, C, D & E, Army quota and other
                reservations. This regulation of guarantee shall not be applicable if women
                candidates selected on merit in each category form 33 1/3% or more of the seats
                therein. When the number of women candidates falls short of this percentage, it
                would be made up by replacing the last selected male candidates by women
                candidates in that category.

     7.5      RESERVATION FOR ANGLO-INDIAN COMMUNITY:
                One seat shall be reserved in MBBS Course for Anglo-Indians as per G.O.Ms.
                No. 183, HM&FW (E1) Department, dated. 30-06-2004. One seat shall be
                reserved in BDS Course for Anglo-Indian at Govt. Dental College & Hospital,
                Hyderabad / Vijayawada by rotation. The last academic year BDS seat was
                allotted at Govt. Dental College & Hospital at Hyderabad for this academic
                year BDS seat shall be reserved to the Anglo-Indian at Govt. Dental College
                & Hospital, Vijayawada. The candidate shall produce certificate in support of his /
                her claim in the prescribed proforma issued by M.R.O. subject to scrutiny and
                confirmation by the Secretary, Dept. of Minority Welfare, Govt. of Andhra Pradesh.

     7.6       RESERVATION FOR LOCAL CANDIDATES:
           7.6.1 85% of the seats in each local area in each college will be reserved for local
                 candidates. Remaining 15% unreserved seats will be filled by applicants as
                 defined in 7.14.
           7.6.2 In respect of statewide institutions, admission to the 85% of seats reserved for
                 local candidates, shall be reserved in favour of Andhra & Nagarjuna University
                 Area, Osmania & Kakatiya University Area and Sri Venkateswara University Area
                 in the ratio of 42:36:22 respectively as per the rule. Remaining 15% unreserved
                 seats will be filled by applicants as defined in 7.14. The Procedure indication in
                 annexure III to IV of G.O.P No.646 Education(E2) Dept. dt 10.07.79 as amended
                 in G.O.Ms.No.42, Higher Education (EC2) Dept., dated 18-05-2009 will be
                 followed.

DEFINITION OF LOCAL AREAS AND LOCAL CANDIDATES
   7.7 LOCAL AREA:
        7.7.1 The part of the State comprising the Districts of Srikakulam, Vizianagaram,
              Visakhapatnam, East Godavari, West Godavari, Krishna, Guntur and Prakasam
              shall be regarded as Andhra University and the Nagarjuna University area.
        7.7.2 The part of the State comprising the Districts of Adilabad, Hyderabad (including the
              twin cities)   Rangareddy, Karimnagar, Khammam, Medak, Mahaboobnagar,
              Nalgonda, Nizamabad and Warangal shall be regarded as the Osmania University
              and the Kakatiya University area.
        7.7.3 The part of the State comprising the Districts of Anantapur, Kurnool, Chittoor,
              Cuddapah and Nellore shall be regarded as Sri Venkateswara University area.
        7.7.4 A candidate seeking admission to MBBS course in Siddhartha Medical College,
              Vijayawada or BDS Course in the Government Dental Colleges shall be regarded
              as local candidates in relation to local area as in Regulation 7.9.1 to 7.9.3.



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7.8     LOCAL CANDIDATES:
               A candidate for admission shall be regarded as local candidate in relation to a
              local area.
        7.8.1 If he / she has studied in an educational institution or educational institutions in
              such local area for a period of not less than four consecutive academic years
              ending with the academic year in which he/she appeared or as the case may be
              first appeared in the relevant qualifying examination
                                              or
        7.8.2 Where, during the whole or any part of the four consecutive academic years
              ending with the academic year in which he/she appeared or as the case may be
              first appeared for the relevant qualifying examination, if he / she has not studied
              in any educational institution, if he / she has resided in that local area for a
              period of not less than four years immediately preceding the commencement of
              the relevant qualifying examination in which he / she appeared or as the case
              may be first appeared, then he / she becomes a local candidate.
         7.9  A candidate for admission to the course who is not regarded as a local candidate
              under sub regulation 7.8 above in relation to any local area shall:
         7.9.1    If he / she has studied in an educational institution in the state for a period of not
                  less than seven consecutive academic years ending with the academic year in
                  which he / she appeared or as the case may be first appeared for the relevant
                  qualifying examination be regarded as a local candidate in relation to:

                    i) Such local area where he / she has studied for the maximum period out of the
                       said period of seven years;
                                                   or
                   ii)Where the period of his/her study in two or more local areas are equal, such
                       local area where he / she studied last in such equal periods;
                                                   or
         7.9.2     If during the whole or any part of the seven consecutive academic years ending
                  with the academic year in which he / she appeared or as the case may be first
                  appeared for the relevant qualifying examination, he / she had not studied in the
                  educational institutions in any local area, but has resided in the state during the
                  whole of said period of seven years, be regarded as a local candidate in relation
                  to:

                   i) Such local area where he / she has resided for the maximum period out of he
                      said period of seven years;
                                                  or
                 ii) Where the periods of his / her residence in two or more local areas are equal,
                      such local area where he/she resided last in such equal periods.

          Explanations: For the purpose of this sub-regulation:

          i) "Educational Institutions" means a College, a School imparting education upto and
              inclusive of tenth class, or other institutions by whatever name called whether
               managed by Government, Private body, local authority or University and carrying on
               the activity of imparting education there in whether technical or otherwise and
               includes a Polytechnic, Industrial Training Institute and a Teachers Training Institute
               but does not include a Tutorial Institution.
          ii) Relevant qualifying examination for admission to MBBS and BDS courses of study
               means a pass in the examination which is the minimum educational qualification for
               admission to such course of study.




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           NOTE: The relevant qualifying examination for admission to MBBS and BDS Courses
                   being Intermediate or its equivalent examination, the question whether a
                   candidate is a local candidate or not will be determined with reference to his / her
                   first appearance in the Intermediate examination or equivalent examination even
                   in the case of an applicant possessing B.Sc., or M.Sc., Degree.
           iii) a) In reckoning the consecutive academic years during which a candidate has
                   studied, any period of interruption of his / her study by reasons of his / her
                   failure to pass any examination, and
                b) Any period of his / her study in a Statewide University or a Statewide
                    educational institution shall be disregarded.
           iv) The question whether any candidate for admission to any course of study has
                 resided in any local area shall be determined with reference to the places where
                 the candidate actually resided and not with reference to the residence of his/her
                 parent or guardian.

      7.10     While determining the number of seats to be reserved in favour of local candidate
               under regulation 7.8.1 and 7.8.2, any fraction of a seat shall be counted as one
               provided that there shall be atleast one unreserved seat.


    7.11      If a local candidate in respect of a local area is not available to fill any seat reserved
              or allocated in favour of local candidate in respect of that local area, such seat shall
              be filled as if it has not been reserved.

     7.12.1    Applicants who claim to be local candidates with reference to regulation 7.8.1 shall
               produce evidence in the form of study certificate / certificates issued by the heads of
               educational institution / institutions concerned, indicating the details of the year or
               years in which the candidate has studied in educational institutions in such local
               area for a period of not less than four consecutive academic years ending with the
               academic years in which he / she appeared, or as the case may be, first appeared
               for the Intermediate examination or its equivalent. Those who do not qualify as local
               candidates under sub regulation 7.8.1 but claim to qualify by virtue of residence
               under regulation 7.8.2 shall produce a certificate issued by an officer of the
               Revenue Department not below the rank of Mandal Revenue Officer in the form
               Annexed in G.O.Ms.No.628. Education dated the 25th July 1974 (proformed can be
               downloaded).

    7.13.1     Applicants who claim to be local Candidates under 7.9 shall produce evidence in the
               form of study certificate issued by the heads of the Educational Institution /
               Institutions concerned indicating the details of the year or years in which the
               candidate has studied in the respective educational Institutions for a period of not
               less than seven consecutive academic years ending with the academic year in
               which he / she appeared, or as the case may be first appeared for the Intermediate
               Examination or its equivalent. Those who do not qualify as local candidate under
               the regulation 7.9 but claim to qualify by virtue of residence under regulation 7.9.2
               shall produce a certificate of residence issued by an officer of the Revenue
               Department not below the rank of Mandal Revenue Officer in the form similar to that
               Annexed to G.O.Ms.No.628, Education, dated 25th July 1974 with necessary
               modifications (proformed can be downloaded).




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     7.14       The following categories of candidates are eligible to apply for admission to
                the 15% unreserved seats.
     7.14.1      All candidates defined under Regulation 7.8 and 7.9 (Study Certificate / Residence
                 Certificates should be enclosed.)

     7.14.2      Candidates, who have resided in the state for a total period of ten years excluding
                 periods of study outside the state or whose parents have resided in the state for a
                 total period of ten years excluding periods of employment outside the state
                 (Certificate stating that candidate / parent has resided for a period of 10 years
                 indicating the duration of period of Residence, from Revenue Official not below the
                 rank of Mandal Revenue Officer from where the candidate is claiming eligibility
                 should be enclosed.)

     7.14.3      Candidates who are children of parents who are in the employment of this state or
                 Central Government, Public Sector Corporations, local bodies, Universities and
                 other similar quasi public institutions within the state (Certificate from the Head of
                 the Institution / Department should be enclosed stating that the parent of the
                 candidate is in service as on the date of application.)

    7.14.4       Candidates who are spouses of those in employment of this State or Central
                 Government, Public Sector Corporations, Local bodies, Universities and
                 educational institutions recognised by the Government, a University or other
                 competent authority and similar other quasi government institutions within the
                 State. (Candidate has to submit the proof as a spouse, Certificate from the Head of
                 the Institution / Department of the spouse should be enclosed.)

8. ELIGIBILITY :

     8.1 Nationality and Domicile: The candidate should be Indian Nationals or Persons of Indian
            Origin (PIO) / Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) Card Holders should satisfy the Local or Non-
            local status in Andhra Pradesh (Residence requirement) as laid down in Andhra Pradesh
            Education Institutions (Regulations of Admissions) Order, 1974 and the selection will be done as
            per the procedure laid down in the G.O.P.No.646, dated 10.07.1979 as amended in
            G.O.Ms.No.42, Higher Education (EC2) Department, dated 18.05.2009.

     8.2 Educational Qualifications: The candidates should have passed two years
         Intermediate (10+2 pattern) or equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry, Biology
         (Botany, Zoology) / Bio-technology and English individually and must have obtained
         not less than 50% marks taken together in Physics, Chemistry, Biology (Botany and
         Zoology) / Bio-technology. In respect of the candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste
         and Scheduled Tribes and the Backward Classes the marks obtained shall be a
         minimum of 40% marks taken together in Physics, Chemistry, Biology (Botany, Zoology)
         / Bio-technology. As per G.O.Ms. No.195 & 197, HM & FW (E1) Department,
         dt.07.07.2011, and as per MCI guide lines the OC-PH candidates shall have obtained
         not less than 45% marks taken together in Physics, Chemistry Biology (Botany,
         Zoology) / Bio-technology.

     8.3 Candidates should have qualified at EAMCET-2011 and shall secure not less than 50%
         of marks (for BC, SC and ST candidates 40%) taken together in Physics, Chemistry,
         Biology (Botany, Zoology) / Bio-technology are eligible for admission into MBBS and
         BDS courses and they fulfill other relevant conditions laid down in these regulations as
         per MCI guide lines OC – PH candidates shall secure not less than 45% of marks




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     NOTE: Candidates possessing qualification of the University / Board or an institution outside
           the State should enclose a certificate of equivalence from the Registrar, Dr. NTR
           University of Health Sciences to the effect that the qualification possessed is
           equivalent to or higher than Intermediate examination conducted by the Board of
           Intermediate of Andhra Pradesh alongwith the application form.

      8.4 Age: Minimum age: Should have completed the age of 17 years by 31st December, 2011.

      NOTE:     1. A person born on 1st January of a year will complete one year on 31st
                   December of the same year.
                2. Age shall be calculated on the basis of date of birth as indicated in the
                   Secondary School Certificate examination or equivalent examination.
                3. No request for relaxation of age of a candidate shall be entertained.
                4.Candidates born on or after 02.01.1995 are not eligible to attend the counseling.
9. MERIT LISTS:
     9.1 The counseling will be conducted basing upon the Rank obtained in EAMCET 2011.
     9.2 In case of same rank being obtained by more than one candidate, the marks obtained in
          Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology in the qualifying examination shall be
          reckoned.
     9.3 In case of a further tie, the older candidate shall be given the higher place in the merit
          list.

10. ALLOTMENT OF SEATS:
     10.1 Government Professional Institutions for admission into Medical and Dental courses
            seats shall be filled up through counseling by the Competent Authority as per
            Merit/ranking following rules of reservation from the students who have qualified in
            EAMCET-2011.
     10.2 Unaided Professional Institutions in Private Medical and Dental colleges. The seats
            shall be filled in each Un-aided Non-Minority Professional Institution under these rules,
            for Admission of Candidates shall be classified as (G.O.Ms.No.136, HM&FW (E1)
            Department, dated 30-04-2007) as amended in G.O.Ms.No.140, HM & FW (E1)
            Dept., dated 04-07-2009.
     10.2.1 Category –A Seats (50% of the sanctioned in take of the Seats) -
            The seats shall be filled through counseling by the Committee for Admissions
            appointed by the Competent Authority as per merit from the candidates who have
            qualified at the common entrance test, EAMCET-2011 and following the rules of
            reservation.
     10.2.2 Category - B (10% of the sanctioned intake of the seats) –
            The seats shall be filled through counseling by the Committee for Admissions
            appointed by the Competent Authority as per merit from the candidates who have
            qualified at the common entrance test, EAMCET-2011 amended in G.O.Ms.No.141,
            HM & FW (E1) Dept., dated 04-07-2009 and G.O.M.S.No .144 HM&FW (E1) Dept.
            Dated 15-07-2009 following the rules of reservation.

11. One year Compulsory Rural Service: As per G.O.Ms. No. 166, HM & FW (E1) Dept., dated
     20.07.2010.The Compulsory Rural Medical/ Dental service for MBBS / BDS candidates
     admitted from the academic year 2010-11 onwards shall be for a period of one year,
     immediately following the successful completion of the MBBS / BDS including the completion
     of house surgency. The candidates shall be called as junior residence during the period of
     one year of rural service.

     (i) On successful completion of the one year rural Medical / Dental Service, the candidate will
         be eligible for a permanent registration with AP Medical Council.




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     (ii) The consolidated remuneration @ 150 % of the stipend payable to house surgeon in 2015
          for Junior residents regarding compulsory rural Medial / Dental service in the rural areas
          and 175% of the stipend payable to house surgeons in 2015 for junior residents rendering
          compulsory rural Medial / Dental service in the tribal areas shall be paid.

     (iii) Junior residency shall be posted to work for one year in the public health centers,
           community health centers in various districts, following a transparent system of seeking
           five options and making the allotments strictly based on the merit at the MBBS/ BDS
           examination.

      (iv)The Administrative supervision for the candidates shall be with the district health
          administration and the academic supervision over the candidates shall be responsibility of
          the college from where the candidates as graduated. To the extent feasible, the academic
          supervision shall be conducted through online system so as to minimize the work load on
          the colleges.

12. JOINING TIME: The selected candidates shall join the college within the specified date. If any
    candidate fails to report to the Principal on or before the date specified by the University at the
    time of counseling the provisional admission granted shall be cancelled automatically without
    any further notice and no further claims will be entertained under any circumstances.

13.1 COUNSELING FEE (Non-Refundable): All the candidates who attend the counseling have to
     pay an amount of Rs.500/- for OC/BC and Rs.300/- for SC/ST as counseling fee at the
     reception counter of the counseling center irrespective of their selection/admission. The
     counseling fee receipt can be produced in subsequent counselings for entry into the
     counseling center. If the candidate fails to produce the receipt in subsequent counseling,
     he/she shall pay the counseling fee again.

13.2 UNIVERSITY FEE: The University fee for admission into Government / Private Unaided
     Medical and Dental Colleges is shown below:-
                                                                         PRIVATE COLLEGES
                                       GOVERNMENT                    A Category of B Category of
                ITEM                    COLLEGES                     Non-Minority  Non-Minority
                                       Medical       Dental          Medical   Dental    Medical        Dental
            University Fee              Rs.           Rs.             Rs.       Rs.       Rs.            Rs.
            Registration Fee            1500         1500             5000     5000       10000         7500
            Admission Fee               1400         1400             1400     1400       1400          1400
            IUT/Sports Fee              700           700             700       700        700           700
         Students welfare fund          300           300             300       300        300           300
               Handbook                 100           100             100       100        100           100
           Digital Library Fee          2000         1000             2000     1000       2000          1000
                  Total                 6000         5000             9500     8500       14500         11000
   BDS - Army Dental College, Secunderabad, University Fee: Rs.                   11,000/-
TUITION FEE: As Per G.O.Ms. No.161, 163, HM & FW (E1) Dept. Dated 20.07.2010
                                                      Un-aided
                           Govt. College                                       Un-aided Non-Minority-
                                                   Non-Minority-
           Course                                                                „B‟ category Seat
                                                 „A‟ category Seat
                                 Rs.                                                     Rs.
                                                         Rs.
           MBBS             10,000/- PA             60,000/- PA                    2,40,000/- PA
           BDS               9,000/- PA             45,000/- PA                     1,30,000/-PA
      BDS - Army Dental College, Secunderabad – Tuition Fee: Rs. 1,35,000/- PA. (As per G.O.Ms.
     NO. 163, HM & FW (E1) Dept., dated 20.07.2010)



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CANDIDATES ARE INFORMED THAT THEY HAVE TO PAY THE COLLEGE FEE AND UNIVERSITY FEE
ON THE DAY OF SELECTION /COUNSELING ITSELF. IF THE CANDIDATE FAILS TO PAY THE FEE
AFTER CHOOSING THE SEAT, THE SEAT WILL BE CANCELLED AUTOMATICALLY WITHOUT ANY
NOTICE. THE CANDIDATES WILL NOT BE GIVEN ANY EXTENSION OF TIME TO PAY THE FEE.

14.      CLOSURE OF ADMISSION:
         The admission shall be closed on 30-09-2011.

15.      POWERS OF THE SELECTION COMMITTEE:
         The Selection Committee shall have the power to revise its decision in any case and to
         direct the Principal concerned to take further action either to select or to cancel the
         selection, or to admit or cancel the admission before the closure of admissions. Selections
         shall not be questioned after closure of admissions.
16.      POWERS OF THE PRINCIPAL:
         Not withstanding any thing contained in the these regulations, the Principal of the College
         may at any time either suomoto or on an application made by any person, after due and
         proper enquiry, if satisfied that the candidate has furnished incorrect information or
         enclosed false certificates or fraudulently obtained admission, may for the reason to be
         recorded in writing by order cancel his admission, provided that no such admission shall
         be cancelled without giving a reasonable opportunity of showing cause as to why his / her
         admission should not be cancelled.
17.      POWERS OF THE Dr. NTR UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES:
         The Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences, may either suomoto or on an application made
         to them, call for and examine the records relating to any selection or admission or
         cancellation there of in respect of the admission made by the concerned authority, for the
         purpose of satisfying themselves as to the correctness of legality or propriety of such
         selection or cancellation and pass such order in relation there to as they deem fit including
         cancellation of the selection already published or admission already made, provided that
         the University may, before canceling such selection or admission, give an opportunity to
         the authority and to the person affected to show cause against such cancellation.
18.      “THE REGULATIONS FOR RE-ADMISSION AFTER BREAK OF STUDY FOR ALL THE
         UNDER GRADUATE AND POST GRADUATE DEGREE / DIPLOMA COURSE IN
         MEDICAL, DENTAL, INDIAN MEDICINE AND HOMIEOPATHY AND ALLIED HEALTH
         SCIENCE COURSES OFFERED BY Dr. NTR UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES,
         VIJAYAWADA.

         The regulation is subject to modification by the Standing Academic Board from time to time.
      18. 1. DEFINITIONS:
            i) Break of study means any absence more than 90 days during the course of study.
            ii) 3 months for this purpose is a period of 90 days (ninety days) to be recorded from
                 the date of absence irrespective of the number of days in one calendar month.
            iii) For all practical purpose only two types of break of study is allowed.
                 a) Less than 3 months of break (as per definitions)
               b) More than 3 months of break but less than the twice the number of years of
                   study of a particular course.


              Ex: For MBBS/BDS twice the number of years of study is 9 years.




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          For B.Sc(Nursing) / Physiotherapy 8 years.
          iv. If the candidate is on Break study for two spells in an academic year of a particular
              course the candidate is deemed to have been discharged from the course of study.
              One cannot apply for condonation of the break.

          v. Only two spells of break of study for the entire duration of the course is permitted.
             During second spell of break of study even if the break up study is less than 90
             days, permission must be obtained from the university and that spell of Break shall
             also be counted as second spell of break.

          vi. For less than three months of break, the Principal/ Dean of the college can permit to
              rejoin to the course under intimation to the university.

          vii. If the break up study is more than three months the candidate has to apply to the
               university through the Dean/Principal of the college. The University can give
               permission to the candidate to complete the course within twice the years of the
               study of the particular course.


   Example 1: A B.Sc Nursing student discontinues after 2 years of study and wants to join the
   course after 2 years of absence from study may be permitted to rejoin the course since the
   candidate has 2 years of study to complete. If the candidate discontinues the course after 2
   years of the study and wants to continue after 5 years of absence the candidate will not be
   permitted to continue the course since student will be finishing only after twice the number of
   years of the course ( 2 years of study + 5 years of absence + remaining 2 years of the study
   makes the student study for 9 years whereas according to the regulation students should not
   exceed twice the number of years of study in 8 years.)


   Example 2: A MBBS.Student discontinue after 3 years of study want to join the course after
   3 years of absence from study may be permitted to join the course since the candidate have 1.5
   year of study to complete . If the candidate discontinue the course after the 3 years of the study
   wants to continue after 5 years absence, the candidate will not be permitted to continue the
   course since will be finishing only after twice the number of years of the course.


   18. 2. UNDER GRADUATE DEGREE COURSES IN MEDICINE, /DENTAL, INDIAN MEDICINE
   & HOMOEOPATHY AND ALLIED HEALTH SCIENCE COURSES.
   In the Regulation under the heading PROCEDURE FOR REJOINING into the course shall be
   as follows:
   (i)     The candidate having a break of study for more than three months but less than twice
           years of the course shall apply for rejoining the course in the prescribed form by
           remitting the stipulated fee for condonation of Break of Study to the University.




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             Request to readmission: - Specific remarks of the Principal about the absence period
             with an undertaking from the student that he/she is not involved in criminal cases during
             the absence period during the absence period


             If any candidate is permitted by the Dean / Principal of the college concerned without
             the prior permission from this university, to rejoin the course after the break of study the
             period of such study shall not be considered as a recognized study and the candidate
             shall not be permitted to write the university examination based on such study period.


             When the candidate is readmitted into the course and shall after fulfillment of the
             Regulations of this university to the course concerned be admitted to the examinations.


      ii) The period of break of study of the candidate for rejoining the course shall be calculated from
         the date of first discontinuance of the course.


      iii) All the under Graduate students have to execute a declaration at the time of registration
         which this University in this regard in the prescribed form.


19.       VACATION: The vacation for the students is 30 days per academic year. The vacation
          should be declared by the Principal in phased manner at the discretion of the Principal
          taking into consideration two weeks of summer vacation and remaining period for religious
          festivals.



VIJAYAWADA :                                                             Dr.T. VENUGOPALA RAO
Dt: 13-07-2011                                                                   REGISTRAR




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                                      ANTI RAGING ACT :
(An act of prohibition of ragging in all educational institutions in the state of Andhra
Pradesh)
ABSTRACT of G.O.Ms. No. 67, Higher Education (EC) Department, dated 31.08.2002

    1. Short Title: These rules may be called the “ Andhra Pradesh prohibition of ragging
        in all educational institutions rules -2002
    2. Definitions: In these rules unless the context other requires :-
             (a) “Act” includes words either spoken or written or signs are sounds are gestures are
                  visible representation.
             (b) “Education Institutions” ,means and include a college or other institution by
                  what ever name called, caring on the activity or imparting education therein
             (c) (either exclusively or among other activities) and includes an orphanage or
                  boarding home or hostel or tutorial institution or other premises attached
                  thereto .
             (d) “Government” means the state Government of Andhra Pradesh.
             (e) “Notification” means notification published in Andhra Pradesh gazetted and the
                  work”notified” shall be construed accordingly.
             (f) „ Ragging‟ means doing an act which causes or is likely to cause insult or
                  annoyance of fear or apprehension or threat of intimidation or outrange if modesty or
                  injury to a student;
             (g) “Student” means a person who is admitted into an education institution and whose
                  name is and lawfully borne on the attendance register thereof. All words and
                  expression used but not defined as these rules have meaning assigned to them
                  under AP Education Act, 1982 or Indian penal code 1860 as the case may be.
3. Prohibition of ranging:-
         (a) Ragging is prohibited within are out side of any educational Institution in the state.
         (b) the principal/ Head of the institution shall obtain an undertaking in writing from the
                students /parents at the time of admission, that the shall not resort to ragging inside or
                outside the institution.
        (c) Full publicity should be given to the punishment for ragging through open circulars,
                suitable posters, colleges and hostel premises etc., by the principal/ Head of the
                Institutions.
        (d) the principal/ Head of the institution shall constitute anti ragging squads involving
             teachers and students to prevent ragging.
        (e) the Head of the institution shall large a criminal case against students resorted to
            ragging for taking action as mentioned in Andhra Pradesh Prohibition of Ragging Act,
             1997 ( AP Act No. 26 of 1997)
        Certain of the guide lines to prevent ragging in educational institution all illustrated in the
annexure to these rules.
4. Responsibility of the head of the Institution:
      (1) at the commencement of the academic session, the institutions should constitute
             proctorial committee consisting of senior facility members and hostel authorities like the
             warden and a few responsible senior students.
          (I) To keep 3 continuous watch and vigil over ragging so as to prevent its occurrence and
                recurrence
          (ii) To promptly deal the incidents of ragging brought to its notice and summarily punish
                the guilty either by it self or by putting forth its finding / Recommendation /
                Suggestions before the authority competent to take decision. All vulnerable location
                shall be identified and specially watched.


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    (2)     The local community and the students in particular must be made aware of
            dehumanizing effect of ragging inherent in its perversity. Posters, notice boards and
            sign-boards- wherever necessary, may be used for the purpose.
    (3)     Failure to prevent ragging shall be construed as an act of negligence in maintaining
            discipline in the institution on the part of the management, the principal and the persons
            in authority of the institution. Similar responsibility shall be liable to be fixed on hostel
            wardens/ Superintendents.
    (4)      Whenever any student complains of ragging to the head of the Educational institution
            such head or manger shall enquire into the same for with and if the complaint is prima
            facie found true, shall suspend the student or students complained against for such
            period as may be deemed necessary,
    (5)     The decision of the head of the institution or the person responsible for the Management
            of the educational institution is final.
    (6)     If an institution fails to curb ragging. The person responsible for the management of the
            educational institution is final such time as achieves the same. The University shall
            consider disaffiliating a college or institutions failing to curb ragging. All Universities shall
            bring these guidelines to the notice of all educational institutions under their control and
            jurisdiction. Publicity also be given by issuing press notes in public interest by
            University.

(5) PENALTY FOR RAGGING:

   (1)    Whoever with the intention of causing ragging or with the knowledge that he is likely by
          such act to cause ragging. Commits or a ragging shall be punishable as per Andhra
          Pradesh Prohibition of Ragging Act, 1997 – ( Act 26 of 1997)
   (2)    The students convicted of an offence under section 4 of Andhra Pradesh Prohibition
          Act, (Act 26 of 1997) and punished imprisonment for a term shall be dismissed from the
          educational institution.
   (3)    The student convicted of an offence under section 4 of Andhra Pradesh prohibition of
          Ragging Act, 1997, and punished imprisonment for a term to more than six months shall
          no be admitted in any other educational institution.
   (4)    Any student dismissed from a college for ragging should be debarred from seeking
          admission in any other course of study in college/University located in the state.
   (5)    Incase of the students who involved in ragging, there shall be an embossment on his
          marks cards and other academic certificate bold letters which cannot be obliterated that
          he had indulged in-ragging and had conduced himself in a manner unbecoming.

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      INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES ABOUT THE STAGES OF COUNSELING FOR MBBS & BDS
      COURSES
      Selection of a seat by a candidate and admission there afterwards involves the following
      stages:
      [A POWERFUL COMPUTER SYSTEM CONTROLS ALL THE ACTIVITIES
      SIMULTANEOUSLY, EFFICIENTLY AND EFFECTIVELY DURING THE SELECTION OF A
      SEAT BY THE CANDIDATE].
(a)   Registration of the candidates - All the Candidates are informed to register at the registration
      counter when their Rank numbers are called. If a candidate fails to register, he / she will not be
      allowed for selection of a seat.
(b)   Verification of the original documents - The candidate after registration has to submit all the
      Original Certificates for verification of their all original certificates for confirmation of their Name,
      Rank Number, Hall Ticket Number, University Area, Sex etc.,. A receipt will be issued for the
      Certificates submitted by the candidate. The Certificates will be sent to the Principal of the
      College to which the candidate is selected and allotted.
      The reserved category candidates i.e. BCs / SCs / STs will go for verification of their social status
      after verification of other original certificates. Other than BC / SC / ST candidates will enter into
      the Counseling Hall directly without going the social status verification. A candidate registered
      shall not leave the Counseling hall until he / she completes the process of selection.
      If the candidate fails to submit the certificates for verification, the candidate will not be permitted
      for selection of a seat.
(c)   All the reserved Category Candidates i.e., BCs, SCs & STs have to get verified their social status
      by the officers of the respective Departmental officers present at the counseling hall. The
      Candidates are informed to get their certificates verified in the order of Merit when their Rank
      Number is called. The Candidates have to bring the original certificate and two sets of Xerox
      copies as mentioned in the Regulations.
      The SC and ST Candidates shall submit the Income Certificate issued by the competent authority.

      If the Social status claim of the candidate is rejected by the officers concerned such candidates
      will not be considered for selection against the seats reserved for that category. If the caste of the
      Candidate is not confirmed and kept pending for enquiry by the Departmental Officers the seat is
      kept pending. Such candidate will be directed to produce the social status clearance certificate
      issued by the respective District Collectors as per rules. After verification of the social status the
      reserved category candidates will enter into the counseling Hall.
(d)   The Candidates waiting in the counseling Hall will be called Rank wise for counseling where the
      available seats in MBBS and BDS Courses will be displayed.
(e)   The Candidate will choose a seat of his / her choice in the available seats at his / her turn as per
      rules and eligibility. The Candidate has to enter the course and the college that he / she has opted
      in the option form and he/she has to sign the option form. The Parent /Guardian has to confirm
      the selection of the seat by his / her Son / Daughter / ward and he / she has to sign the option
      form.
(f)   After choosing the seat the candidate has to pay the fee payable to the College and to the
      University in the form of Demand Draft drawn on any Nationalized Bank in favour of Registrar, Dr.
      NTR University of Health Sciences payable at Vijayawada.
(g)   After payment of the Fees the candidate will be issued the Provisional Selection/Allotment letter.
(h)   In case of candidates whose social status is kept pending for enquiry, after choosing the seat, the
      candidate will be issued a Memo to produce social status clearance certificate.
(i)   The SC / ST candidates selected into the seats in Govt. colleges, „A‟ category and „B‟ category
      seats in private unaided non-minority colleges are eligible for fee exemption whose parental
      income is less than Rs.1,00,000/- (Rupees one lakh only) per annum. The BC / OC PH
      candidates selected into the seats in Govt. colleges and „A‟ category seats in private unaided
      non-minority colleges are eligible for fee exemption whose parental income is less than
      Rs.1,00,000/- (Rupees one lakh only) per annum.
(j)   No fee exemption is allowed for (1) BC/PH candidates (2) OC-PH candidates selected under „B‟
      category seats.




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                                            APPENDIX - I
Ragging:

       The parents have to give an undertaking (as per judgment of Hon‟ble High court, A.P.) in
form 6 that in the event of their Son/Daughter committing or indulging in the act of ragging, they
would also be liable for punishment along with their ward.

                                             FORM – III
                   (UNDERTAKING BY CANDIDATE/PARENT ON RAGGING)
                             UNDERTAKING OF CANDIDATE
       I,      MR./Ms.___________________________________ with                         EAMCET-2011
Rank__________ Son/Daughter of _______________________________, if admitted into any
course of Dr. NTR UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES: A.P: Vijayawada in the academic year
2011-12 assure that I will not indulge in the act of ragging or indiscipline during study period in the
colleges affiliated of this University. If violated, the university/college authorities may take
appropriate action against me.


                        SIGNATURE OF THE CANDIDATE:
                        NAME OF THE CANDIDATE:
                         NAME OF THE PARENT/GUARDIAN:
                        DATE:
                           UNDERTAKING OF CANDIDATE’S PARENT


        I,       Sri/Smt.___________________________________                  Father/Mother          of
Mr./Ms________________________ who is admitted into _____________ course of                   Dr. NTR
UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES: A.P: Vijayawada in the academic year 2011-12 assure that
my son/daughter will not indulge in the act of ragging at any stage during his/her study period in the
colleges affiliated of this University. If violated, I may also be liable for any type of punishment
along with my son/daughter.


SIGNATURE OF PARENT: FATHER/MOTHER:_____________________________
NAME OF THE FATHER/MOTHER:_______________________________________


DATE: _______________
Address with Ph. No.____________________________
                     ____________________________
                     ____________________________




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                                            APPENDIX – II
       The admissions into the following colleges are subject to the permission by the Government
       of India / Medical Council of India / Dental Council of India.

 NOTE: a) The distribution of seats among various categories, University Area wise for admission
               into MBBS and BDS Courses will be displayed one day before counseling.
      b) In case any new Medical Colleges or Dental Colleges are affiliated to the
           University/any college is permitted by the Govt. of India for the academic year
           2011-12, the seats in those colleges also will be filled up. If any colleges listed above
           are not permitted by Government of India for the year 2011-12, the seats in that
           college will not be filled.

LIST OF COLLEGES: The (Tentative) List of the colleges are as follows:
                                      MEDICAL COLLEGES
Sl.                                                                      Toal
     Name of the College                                Area    Govt.            CQ
No                                                                       seats
Government Medical Colleges:
     ANDHRA MEDICAL COLLEGE,
 1                                                       AU     Govt.    150     150
     VISAKHAPATNAM
 2   GUNTUR MEDICAL COLLEGE, GUNTUR                      AU     Govt.    150     150
     RAJIV GANDHI INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL
 3                                                       AU     Govt.    100     100
     SCIENCES, SRIKAKULAM
 4   RANGARAYA MEDICAL COLLEGE, KAKINDA                  AU     Govt.    150     150
     RAJIV GANDHI INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL
 5                                                       AU     Govt.    100     100
     SCIENCES, ONGOLE
 6   GANDHI MEDICAL COLLEGE, SECUNDERBAD                 OU     Govt.    150     150
 7   KAKATIYA MEDICAL COLLEGE, WARANGAL                  OU     Govt.    150     150
 8   OSMANIA MEDICAL COLLEGE,HYDERBAD                    OU     Govt.    200     200
     RAJIV GANDHI INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL
 9                                                       OU     Govt.    100     100
     SCIENCES, ADILABAD
     GOVERNMENT MEDICAL COLLEGE,
10                                                      SVU     Govt.    100     100
     ANANTAPUR
11 KURNOOL MEDICAL COLLEGE, KURNOOL                     SVU     Govt.    150     150
     RAJIV GANDHI INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL
12                                                      SVU     Govt.    150     150
     SCIENCES, KADAPA
     SRI VENKATESWARA MEDICAL COLLEGE,
13                                                      SVU     Govt.    150     150
     TIRUPATI
     SIDDHARTHA MEDICAL COLLEGE,                         SWI
14                                                              Govt.    100     100
     VIJAYAWADA
Private Medical College:
                                                                                     CQ
 Sl.                                                                     Total   Category of
       Name of the College                              Area     Pvt.
 No                                                                      seats      seats
                                                                                  A       B
       ALLURI SEETHARAMA RAJU ACADEMY OF
 15                                                      AU      Pvt.    150     75      15
       MEDICAL SCIENCES, ELURU
       DR.P.SIDDHARTHA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL
 16                                                      AU      Pvt.    150     75      15
       SCIENCES & RESEARCH, CHINAOUTPALLI
 17    G S L MEDICAL COLLEGE, RAJAHMUNDRY                AU      Pvt.    150     75      15
       KATURI MEDICAL COLLEGE,
 18                                                      AU      Pvt.    150     75      15
       CHINKONDRUPADU
       KONSEEMA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL
 19                                                      AU      Pvt.    150     75      15
       SCIECNCES, AMALAPURAM
       MAHARAJA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL
 20                                                      AU      Pvt.    100     50      10
       SCIECNES, VIZIANAGARAM


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                                                                                             CQ
 Sl.                                                                         Total       Category of
       Name of the College                            Area         Pvt.
 No                                                                          seats          seats
                                                                                          A       B
 21    NRI MEDICAL COLLEGE, CHINAKAKANI                AU          Pvt.      150         75      15
       BHASKARA MEDICAL COLLEGE, MOINABAD,
 22                                                    OU          Pvt.      150          75          15
       R.R.DIST
       CHALMEDA ANADA RAO INSTITUTE OF
 23                                                    OU          Pvt.      150          75          15
       MEDICAL SCIENCES. KARIMNAGAR
       KAMINENI INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES,
 24                                                    OU          Pvt.      150          75          15
       NARKETPALLY
 25    MAMATA MEDICAL COLLEGE, KHAMMAM                 OU          Pvt.      150          75          15
       MEDICITI INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES,
 26                                                    OU          Pvt.      100          50          10
       GHANAPUR
 27    MNR MEDICAL COLLEGE, SANGAREDDY                 OU          Pvt.      100          50          10
       PRATHIMA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL
 28                                                    OU          Pvt.      150          75          15
       SCIENCES, KARIMANAGAR
 29    SVS MEDICAL COLLEGE, MAHABOOBNAGAR              OU          Pvt.      100          50          10
 30    NARAYANA MEDICAL COLLEGE, NELLORE               SVU         Pvt.      150          75          15
       PES INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES,
 31                                                    SVU         Pvt.      150          75          15
       KUPPAM
 32    SANTHIRAM MEDICAL COLLEGE, NANDYALA             SVU         Pvt.      100          50          10

                                           DENTAL COLLEGES

             Sl.                                                                     Total
                   Name of the College                        Area        Govt.                  CQ
             No                                                                      seats

             Government Dental Colleges:
                   GOVERNMENT DENTAL COLLEGE
             1                                                SVU         Govt.      100         100
                   (RIMS),KADAPA
                   GOVT.,DENTAL COLLEGE AND                               SWI
             2                                                SWI                     40            40
                   HOSPITAL,HYDERBAD
                   GOVT.,DENTAL COLLEGE AND                               SWI
             3                                                SWI                     40            40
                   HOSPITAL,VIJAYAWADA

           Private Dental Colleges:
                                                                                                  CQ
       Sl.                                                                        Total        Category
                 Name of the College                        Area      Pvt.                     of seats
       No                                                                         seats
                                                                                                A     B
       4         GITAM DENTAL COLLEGE,VISAKHAPATNAM          AU       Pvt.         100         50    10
                 SIBAR INSTITUTE OF DENTAL
       5                                                     AU       Pvt.         100         50        10
                 SCIENCES,GUNTUR
                 SREE SAI DENTAL COLLEGE & RESEARCH
       6                                                     AU       Pvt.         100         50        10
                 INSTITUTE, SRIKAKULAM
       7         ST.JOSEPH DENTAL COLLEGE, ELURU             AU       Pvt.         100         50        10
       8         VISNHNU DENTAL COLLEGE,BHIMAVARAM           AU       Pvt.         100         50        10
                 DR.SUDHA & NAGESWARA RAO INSTITUTE OF
       9                                                     AU       Pvt.         100         50        10
                 DENTAL SCIENCES ,CHINOUTPALLY
                 KAMINENI INSTITUTE OF DENTAL
       10                                                    OU       Pvt.         100         50        10
                 SCIENCES,NARKETPALLY
       11        MAMATA DENTAL COLLEGE, KHAMMAM              OU       Pvt.         100         50        10
                 MEGANA INSTITUTE OF DENTAL
       12                                                    OU       Pvt.         100         50        10
                 SCIENCES,NIZAMABAD


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                                                                                           CQ
      Sl.                                                                      Total    Category
            Name of the College                                Area     Pvt.            of seats
      No                                                                       seats
                                                                                         A     B
       13   MNR DENTAL COLLEGE, SANGAREDDY                      OU      Pvt.    100     50    10
            PANANIYA MAHAVIDYALAYA INSTITUTE OF
       14   DENTAL SCIENCES, DILSUKHNAGAR,                      OU      Pvt.    100     50     10
            HYDERABAD
       15   SVS DENTAL COLLEGE, MAHABOOBNAGAR                   OU      Pvt.    100     50     10
            SRI SAI COLLEGE OF DENTAL
       16                                                       OU      Pvt.    100     50     10
            SURGERY,VIKARABAD
            CKS TEJA INSTITUTE OF DENTAL SCIENCES &
       17                                                      SVU      Pvt.    100     50     10
            RESEARCH, TIRUPATI
            G PULLA REDDY DENTAL COLLEGE &
       18                                                      SVU      Pvt.     60     30     6
            HOSPITAL, KURNOOL
       19   NARAYANA DENTAL COLLEGE, NELLORE                   SVU      Pvt.    100     50     10
            ARMY COLLEGE OF DENTAL SCIENCES,
       20                                                       OU      Pvt.     40      -     6
            SECUNDERABAD


                                                 APPENDIX - III
GUIDELINES FOR ALLOTMENT OF SEATS IN U.G. COURSES UNDER THE CATEGORIES OF
SPORTS & GAMES, N.C.C. AND PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED (PH).
1. NCC :
        Candidates qualified at EAMCET-2011 and distinguished those in NCC shall be considered
        in this category in the order of preference indicated below:
Priority - I: NCC Cadets participating at International level selected for the youth Exchange
        Programme. (Priority within selected students will be given in order of seniority of
        certificates i.e.., „C‟, „B‟ and „A‟ Certificate Holders).
Priority - II: NCC cadets participating at National Level in the following order of priority:
        (i) Republic Day Camp at New Delhi.
        (ii) All India Thal Sainik Camp / Nav Sainik Camp / Vayu Sainik Camp for Republic day
              Banner Competition.
        (iii) National Integration camp at Andman & Nicobar Islands.
        (iv) Participants of Para Jumps / Skydiving / Mountaineering at National level / Medal
              Winners at National level shooting Competition with National Rifle Association / Award
              Winner in NCC Games at National Level.
        (Priority within selected students in each category will be given in order of Seniority of
        certificates., i.e.., „C‟, „B‟ and „A‟ certificates holders). Priority shall be considered to „C
        certificate holders over the „B‟ certificate holders only if it is obtained prior to appearing in
        the qualifying examination as per G.O.Ms. No. 152, HM & FW (E1) Dept., dated
        21.07.2009.
Priority - III : The priority in descending order will be as follows :-
        (i) Participants at Republic Day Parade at State Level.
        (ii) Participants at Independence Day Parade at State Level.
        (iii) C, B and „A‟ certificates Holders.
        (Priority within selected students in each category will be given in order of Seniority of
        certificates, i.e.., „C‟, „B‟ and „A‟ certificates).
NOTE:
  1. Priority will be considered in „C‟, „B‟ and „A‟ Certificates only attained prior to appearing in
      the qualifying exam.
  2. The NCC Directorate AP shall be responsible to draw a merit list in respect of NCC Cadets
      seeking admission under NCC quota for all categories.



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   3. In case of a tie, EAMCET merit will be the deciding factor for position in the Merit List under
      NCC Category.
   4. Only NCC Certificates issued by NCC authorities shall be valid.
2. SPORTS AND GAMES :

     In G.O.Ms.No.10 and 11, dt. 15-07-2008 as amended from time to time the list of games,
disciplines & priorities of ranks enclosed as the said annexure-I & annexure-II to order shall be
followed for admission of eligible sportspersons under sports quota through Common Entrance
Tests into all Professional courses in the State by Admission Authorities concerned from the
academic year 2006-07 onwards. However, in the course of admissions;
    a) Preference should be given to the performance and participation in individual disciplines
       over team disciplines within a priority.
    b) Date of Birth should be tallied proportionately to the category of age group vis-a-vis the
       concerned sport. The date of birth certificate issued by the Board of Secondary Education
       / Similar Boards of Central / State Governments only shall be entertained as proof of age
    c) Admission shall be given to the candidates on their current sports performance, which will
       be to maximum of 3 years
    d) The sports qualification, acquired between the period from the 10th / Inter / Diploma /
       Degree Examination, as the case may be, and the respective Common Entrance Test,
       shall also be taken into consideration for extending sports quota to meritorious sports
       persons, subject to the maximum period mentioned at provision (c) above;
    e) Representation in the approved games and sports after qualifying at relevant Common
       Entrance Test shall not be considered;
    f) In case of a tie between two or more candidates, for the sports quota reservation for the
       same seat, rank at “Common Entrance Test” will prevail;
    g) No preference shall be given to the candidates having represented more than once in the
       same game or sport.
       The priority will be decided based on the highest entitlement from among the priorities
       admissible to a particular candidate based on his / her representation in different games /
       sports and
    h) The decision of Sports Authority of Andhra Pradesh is final and for scrutiny of claims by
        Sports Authority of Andhra Pradesh, the candidates shall submit information as called for
        in the format prescribed by Sports Authority.

                                   ANNEXURE - I
          LIST OF SPORTS AND GAMES FOR ADMISSION INTO MBBS/BDS COURSES
       PRIORITY OF DISCIPLINES FOR ADMISSION (IN INDIVIDUAL / TEAM SPORTS)
       (As per G.o.Ms.No.103, Higher Education EC 2, Dept., dt.15-07-2000)

       1) Foot Ball                         2) Hockey
       3) Volley Boll                       4) Hand Ball
       5) Basket Ball                       6) Tennis
       7) Table Tennis                      8) Shuttle Badmitton
       9) Khabadi                           10) Atheletics
       11) Swimming                         12) Gymnastics
       13) Weight-lifting                   14) Wrestling
       15) Boxing                           16) Cycling
       17) Rowing                           18) Shooting
       19) Fencing                          20) Roller Skating
       21) Sailing/Yatching                 22) Archery
       23) Cricket                          24) Chess
       25) Kho-Kho                          26) Judo
       27) Taekwando                        28) Soft Ball



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                                      ANNEXURE - II
                           PRIORTIES ON INDIVIDUAL DISCIPLINES

Category I (A) Senior               (Medal Winners)

1. Gold Medal in Olympic Games.
2. Silver Medal in Olympic Games.
3. Bronze Medal in Olympic Games.

Category I (B)         Senior       (Medal Winners)

4. Gold Medal in World Championship/Cup for Seniors - Grand Slam Tennis.
5. Silver Medal in World Championship/Cup for Seniors - World No.2 in Tennis.
6. Bronze Medal in World Championship/Cup for Seniors - World No.3 in Tennis.

Category I (C)         Senior       (Medal Winners)

7. Gold Medal in World Universiad / All England Badminton Championship - Davis Cup - Afro -
   Asian Games.
8. Silver Medal in World Universiad / All England Championship - Davis Cup - Afro - Asian
   Games.
9. Bronze Medal in World Universiad / All England Championship - Davis Cup - Afro - Asian
   Games.
Category II (A) Senior              (Participation)

10. Participation in Olympic Games - World Championship/Cup - Wimbledon - US Open - French
    Open -      Australian Open.

Category II (B) Senior              (Participation)

11. Participation in World Universiad - Davis Cup - Afro - Asian Games.

Category I (D)Senior                (Medal Winners)

12. Gold Medal in Asian Games       - Commonwealth Games.
13. Silver Medal in Asian Games     - Commonwealth Games.
14. Bronze Medal in Asian Games     - Commonwealth Games.
Category I (E) Senior               (Medal Winners)

15. Gold Medal in Asian Championship - Commonwealth Championship - Asia Pacific
    Championship.
16. Silver Medal in Asian Championship - Commonwealth Championship - Asia Pacific
    Championship.
17. Broze Medal in Asian Championship - Commonwealth Championship - Asia Pacific
    Championship.

Category II (C) Senior              (Participation)

18. Participation in Asian Games - Commonwealth Games.

Category I (F) Senior               (Medal Winners)

19. Gold Medal in SAF Games - SAARC Championship.
20. Silver Medal in SAF Games - SAARC Championship.
21. Bronze Medal in SAF Games - SAARC Championship.

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Category II (D) Senior               (Participation)

22. Participation in Asian Championship - Common Wealth - Champion - Asia Pacific
    Championship.

Category I (G) Senior                (Medal Winners)

23. Gold Medal in National Championship - National Games - Inter State - Inter Zonal - Open
    Nationals for Seniors - Federation Cup.
24. Silver Medal in National Championship - National Games - Inter State - Inter Zonal - Open
    Nationals for Seniors - Federation Cup.
25. Bronze Medal in National Championship - National Games - Inter State - Inter Zonal - Open
    Nationals for Seniors - Federation Cup.

Category II (E) Senior               (Participation)
26. Participation in S.A.F. Games - SAARC Championship.
Category II (F) Senior               (Participation)

27. Participation in National Championship - National Games - Inter State - Inter Zonal - Open
    Nationals for Seniors - Federation Cup.

Category III (A) Junior              (Medal Winners)

28. Gold Medal in World Championship / Cup for Juniors / World School Games.
29. Silver Medal in World Championship / Cup for Juniors / World School Games.
30. Bronze Medal in World Championship / Cup for Juniors / World School Games.
Category III (B) Junior            (Medal Winners)

31. Gold Medal in Asian Championship for Juniors - Asian School Games.
32. Silver Medal in Asian Championship for Juniors - Asian School Games.
33. Bronze Medal in Asian Championship for Juniors - Asian School Games.
Category IV (A) Junior               (Participation)

34. Participation in World Championship / Cup for Juniors / World School Games.

Category IV (B) Junior               (Participation)
35. Participation in Asian Championship for Juniors - Asian School Games.
Category V (A)                       (Medal Winners)

36.   Gold Medal / First place in the All India Inter University Championship.
37.   Silver Medal / Second place in the All India Inter University Championship.
38.   Bonze Medal / Third place in the All India Inter University Championship.
39.   Gold Medal / First place in the National Championship for Juniors / Youth National Games.
40.   Silver Medal / Second place in the National Championship for Juniors / Youth National Games.
41.   Bronze Medal / Third place in the National Championship for Juniors / Youth National Games.
Category V (B)                       (Medal Winners)

42. Gold Medal in South Zone for Seniors.
43. Silver Medal in South Zone for Seniors.
44. Bronze Medal in South Zone for Seniors.




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Category VI                     (Participation)
45. Participation in the All India Inter University Tournament.
46. Participation in the National Championship for Juniors - Youth National Games.

Category VII                   (Medal Winners)
47. First place in Zonal Inter University Championship.
48. Second place in Zonal Inter University Championship.
49. Third place in Zonal Inter University Championship.

Category VIII                 (Participation)
50. Participation in South Zone Senior Championship.

Category IX                    (Participation)
51. Participation in Zonal Inter University Championship.

Category X                    (Medal Winners)
51. (a) Gold Medal in South Zone for Junior
    (b) Silver Medal in South Zone for Junior
    (c) Bonze Medal in South Zone for Junior
52. Gold Medal / First place in the National Sports Festival for women.
53. Silver Medal / Second place in the National Sports Festival for women.
54. Bonze Medal / Third place in the National Sports Festival for women.

Category XI                  (Medal Winners)
55. Gold Medal in World Championship/Cup for Sub-Juniors.
56. Silver Medal in World Championship/Cup for Sub-Juniors.
57. Bonze Medal in World Championship/Cup for Sub-Juniors.

Category XII                   (Medal Winners)
58. Gold Medal in National School Games U-19 & U-17.
59. Silver Medal in National School Games U-19 & U-17.
60. Bonze Medal in National School Games U-19 & U-17.
61. First place in All India CBSE & ICSE.
62. Second place in All India CBSE & ICSE.
63. Third place in All India CBSE & ICSE.
64. Gold Medal / First place in All India Rural Sports Tournament.
65. Silver Medal / Second place in All India Rural Sports Tournament.
66. Bonze Medal / Third place in All India Rural Sports Tournament.

Category XII (a)               (Medal Winners)
66. (a) Participation in South Zone Juniors

Category XIII                 (Medal Winners)
67. Gold Medal / First place in Inter District for Seniors.
68. Silver Medal / Second place in Inter District for Seniors.
69. Bonze Medal / Third place in Inter District for Seniors.

Category XIV                    (Participation)
70. Participation in the World Championship for Sub-Juniors.
71. Participation in National Championship for Women.
72. Participation in the National School Games.
73. Participation in All India CBSE & ICSE.
74. Participation in All India Rural Sports.




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Category XV                      (Medal Winners)
75. First place in Inter District for Juniors.
76. Second place in Inter District for Juniors.
77. Third place in Inter District for Juniors.
78. First place in State / Inter District Women Sports Festival.
79. Second place in State / Inter District Women Sports Festival.
80. Third place in State / Inter District Women Sports Festival.
81. First place in the Inter Collegiate Competition.
82. Second place in the Inter Collegiate Competition.
83. Third place in the Inter Collegiate Competition.
84. First place in State / Inter District Rural Sports tournament.
85. Second place in State / Inter District Rural Sports tournament.
86. Third place in State / Inter District Rural Sports tournament.

Category XVI                     (Participation)
87. Participation in State / Inter District Championship for Seniors.
88. Participation in State / Inter District Championship for Youth & Juniors.
89. Participation in State / Inter District Championship for Women Sports Festival.
90. Participation in State / Inter District Championship for School Games U-19, U-17, CBSE, ICSE
& Rural
    Sports.

3. PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED:
   a) The candidate seeking the benefit of reservation should present him/herself before a Medical
      Board comprising of at least one Expert/Specialist from the speciality of Orthopaedics of
      State Medical Board and obtain a valid disability certificate from the Medical Board having
      been issued within Six months prior to presenting his application for seeking admission in any
      medical course by claiming the benefit of reservation.
   b) The Physically Challenged candidates with locomotar disorder of lower limbs between
      40% to 70% are only eligible under the Physically Handicapped quota.

   NOTE: The guidelines of Govt. of India and regulations of Medical Council of India shall
          be observed in making admissions of differently abide (Physically Handicapped)
          candidates, according to which the Physically Handicapped candidates with
          locomotary disorder of lower limbs between 50% to 70% will be considered first
          and remaining unfilled, candidates with 40% to 50% will be considered.

   c) Medical Board to be constituted for scrutinising the applications, and the candidates should
      appear in person before the medical board. The Medical Board should confirm the disability
      mentioned in the certificate and decide fitness to undergo the rigours of medical education.
      Candidates with the following defects shall not be considered for selection under this
      category:
      1)   Mentally retard;                 2) Blindness;
      3)   Deaf and Dumb;                   4) Chronic Heart, Lung, Kidney and Liver Diseases
           and 5)Muscular Distrophies.
   d) Once the Physical disability is confirmed, merit in EAMCET-2011 is to be taken into
       consideration for allotment of seat.

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