Hyderabad: The candidates who passed All India Medical Entrance Test (NEET) and have secured more than 300 marks are likely to get seats in medical colleges. In the medical colleges of Telangana, 85% of seats are reserved for local candidates whereas 15% seats will be allotted to non-local candidates.
A guidance session is arranged today from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Mahboob Husain Jigar Hall of Siasat Urdu Daily in which the process of minority seats allocation would be highlighted.
Prof. Zaheer Baig, Prof. Anwaruddin, Prof. Abdur Rahman and Mr. Ahmed Basheeruddin Farooqui will provide guidance to the candidates. Mr. Manzoor Ahmed is the coordinator and Mr. M.A. Hameed is the convener. All the candidates who have passed intermediate examination with BPC can contact at the guidance center with their mark sheets issued by NEET.