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    TJUDA Raises Concerns as AP Government Plans to Eliminate Seat Quota in Medical Colleges

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    The Telangana Junior Doctors Association (TJUDA) has called on the health minister, T Harish Rao, to intervene in the issue of reservation for college admissions. They argue that the Andhra Pradesh government’s decision to remove 15 percent reservation for increased seats in existing and new colleges after June will negatively impact Telangana students. The TJUDA president, Dr Kaushik Kumar Pinjarala, has highlighted that Telangana students are not eligible for 15 percent unreserved category seats in AP, which were added after June 2, 2014, and in new colleges established thereafter.

    The Telangana government had previously decided to remove 15 percent reservations for AP, but only for new colleges and not for the new seats added in existing colleges after June 2014. This discrepancy puts Telangana students at a significant disadvantage in accessing higher education opportunities.

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    The TJUDA is urging the health minister’s office to investigate the matter and ensure fair and transparent admission processes for both Telangana and Andhra Pradesh students. They emphasize the urgency of addressing this issue as counseling for college admissions will begin soon.

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