MBBS admission 2020 in karnakata
To curb unfair practices for MBBS admission in private medical college and deemed university of karnataka through NEET after MopUp round , the Government Of Karnataka is planning of increasing penalty for those candidates who has an intention to surrender allotted seat after the mop-up round.
Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences Bangalore(RGHUS) submitted a report to the medical education department of Karnataka recently, recommending the amendment in existing rules for mbbs admission.
We would like to bring a rules that no mbbs seat can be surrendered by any candidate after the final mop-up round,” said Dr CN Ashwath Narayan, deputy chief minister and minister for medical education of Karnataka govt. He said he will place the report which was submitted by RGHUS before the cabinet for discussion and approval.
In report submitted by RGHUS , Seats surrendered after the mop-up round goes to college as no more counselling would take place from counselling body, and then it transferred to the management quota and sold at high prices under college vacancy round . Fine would be considered in certain cases when the candidate would surrender a seat even after the mop-up round in case s/he got a seat in a better medical college of s/he choice.
However, the provision was misused by some candidates and colleges, leading to the unfair infamous seat-blocking scam. The RGUHS report said students must be discouraged and refrain from surrendering seats and the penalty be increased to Rs 25 lakh from the existing Rs 5 lakh. Further, All medical college must follow the admission calander date to take admission in mbbs course ,no medical college should admit a student after the last date of admission to avoid misuse.
This Unfair mbbs admission was reported continuously since some years, above move will counter seat blocking scam.
Sources:- Times Of India