MBBS/BDS admissions in management quota at Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences

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Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences, Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh, has invited online application for admission to MBBS/BDS Courses in Management Quota (Category B & Category C (NRI)) seats in Private Un-aided, Non-Minority and Minority Medical/Dental colleges and NRI seats in Sri Padmavathi Medical college for Women (under SVIMS), Tirupati for the Academic year 2020-21.

Online Application can be submitted by any Indian Citizen, NRI’s and Others (Persons of Indian Origin, Overseas Citizen of India) for admission into MBBS/BDS Courses under Management quota (Category B & Category C (NRI)) seats in these categories of colleges.

Applicant should have secured the Minimum cut-off score in NEET UG 2020.

The detailed Notification and Prospectus for admission are available at https://appvtmedadm.apntruhs.in and http://ntruhs.ap.nic.in

Application: Application can be submitted at https://appvtmedadm.apntruhs.in latest by 8 am on 16 December 2020. Applicant will also be required to upload scanned original certificates as per the details given in the Notification and Prospectus.

The same application will be considered for all the rounds of the counseling including MOP-UP round counseling.

Application Fee: Application and Processing fee including verification fee of Rs.10,620/- (Rs.9000/-+Rs.1620/- (GST) ) can be paid through Debit card / Credit card or Net Banking.

The Provisional merit position will be displayed on the University website after verification of uploaded scanned original certificates.

Notification for exercising web options for admission into MBBS/BDS courses for the seats available under Management Quota (category B & C (NRI)) will be issued separately. Applicants may visit University website http://ntruhs.ap.nic.in regularly for further notifications.

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