Jammu/Srinagar: The Union authorities ministry of residence affairs has determined to maintain a “reserved quota” for “terror victims” in undergraduate medical and dental programs in Jammu and Kashmir for the tutorial yr 2022-23.
A notification issued by the Union residence ministry mentioned the seats within the Bachelor of Drugs and Bachelor of Surgical procedure (MBBS) and Bachelor of Dental Surgical procedure (BDS) programs could be allotted from the central pool to the partner and kids of terror victims within the Union territory.
The J&Ok administration headed by lieutenant governor Manoj Sinha has additionally given its nod to the notification.
The notification, which was uploaded on the web site of the Jammu and Kashmir Board of Skilled Entrance Examinations (BOPEE), additional mentioned that the federal government has laid down the eligibility standards for the scholars making use of for the programs. “Solely the youngsters of: everlasting residents of J&Ok; the staff of the J&Ok authorities involved; the staff of central/different state authorities on deputation to J&Ok; and the staff of central /different State authorities posted in and having their headquarters within the state will probably be thought-about eligible,” it mentioned.
The federal government has determined to present choice to these college students who misplaced dad and mom and to those that misplaced their incomes member of the family within the terrorist assault, mentioned the notification.
‘’Kids whose each dad and mom have been killed by terrorists will come below precedence 1. The youngsters of households whose sole bread earners have been killed by terrorists will probably be below precedence 2 and the wards of victims with everlasting incapacity and severe damage brought on by terrorist operations will probably be below precedence 3,’’ it added.
In line with the MHA’s order, the candidate should have handed within the topics of Physics, Chemistry, Biology/BioTechnology and English individually. “The candidate should have obtained a minimal of fifty% marks (40% for SC/ST/OSC, 45% for Gen- PWD [person with disability] class candidates & 40% for SC/ST/OBC-PWD candidates) taken collectively in Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Bio-Expertise on the qualifying examination as talked about within the Rules of Graduate Medical Training 1997,” it learn.
The collection of the candidates for admission in MBBS/BDS programs will probably be made on the premise of their rank obtained within the Nationwide Eligibility-cum-Entrance Check (NEET) 2022, it added.
The well being ministry has allotted 4 MBBS/BDS seats to the Union territory from the central pool for 2022-23. One seat every on the Nalanda Medical School in Bihar’s Patna, Authorities Medical School in Chandigarh, Woman Hardinge Medical School in New Delhi and SMS Medical School in Jaipur has been allotted to the UT below the central pool, the BOPEE mentioned in one other notification.