Medical university barred 40 students from state quota admissions : The Tribune India | Tech US News


Tribune News Service

Faridkot, November 11

The Baba Farid University of Health Sciences (BFUHS) on Friday announced that it has barred 40 students from taking admission in MBBS and BDS courses based on state quota in Punjab. These candidates allegedly tried to avail the benefit of state quota for MBBS and BDS courses in more than one state by allegedly submitting false information about their residential status.

Earlier this month, the BFUHS claimed to have identified 231 medical students who tried to avail the dual state quota benefit in more than one state. The university asked all these students to submit a declaration of residence status.

The university has set November 10 as the deadline for accepting statements from these students.

The authorities claimed that as 37 students did not submit their residential status declaration, they would not be considered for online counseling in the second round for admission to MBBS and BDS courses, which are state quota seats in Punjab.

Apart from Punjab, these students have applied for residency in Rajasthan, Haryana and Chandigarh.

The university authorities said they will not entertain the candidature of three other students who admitted in their statement submitted to BFUHS that they have applied for the benefit of staying in Haryana other than Punjab.


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