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Sep 29, 2005 - Panel threatens to cancel entrance test
   The Justice S.S. Subramani Committee on Wednesday threatened to cancel the common entrance test, conducted by the Tamil Nadu Private Professional Colleges Association-Health Sciences (TNPPCA-HS), for filling management quota seats in unaided medical and para-medical colleges. read more

Sep 26, 2005 - Colleges plan to soon move Supreme Court
   President of the All-India Medical and Engineering Colleges Association (AIMECA), T.D. Naidu, on Sunday said that in the wake of the Supreme Court order permitting self-financing colleges in different States to fill vacant seats on the basis of higher secondary examination marks, steps would be taken to move the court to fill vacancies in self-financing medical, nursing and para-medical colleges in the country. read more

Sep 25, 2005 - Counselling for spot selection to Indian medicine courses
   The counselling for spot selection of students to BSMS, BAMS, BNYS, BUMS and BHMS undergraduate courses for 2005-2006, through the single-window system. read more

Aug 12, 2005 - Students go by colleges rather than courses as engineering counselling continues
   In the first 11 days of counselling for engineering admissions, only 36.90 per cent of the 42,000-plus seats on offer through Anna University's Single Window System have been taken. read more

Aug 07, 2005 - Counselling 9,000 engineering seats allotted 75 per cent for computer courses
   At the end of the first week of counselling for engineering admissions, 9,000 out of the 41,800 seats on offer through the Single Window System (SWS) have been filled. read more

Aug 06, 2005 - Counselling for B.V.Sc on August 18
   Counselling for admission to the B.V.Sc and B.F.Sc courses offered by the Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University for 2005-2006 will start on August 18. It will be held at the Madras Veterinary College, Vepery, a press release said. read more

Aug 02, 2005 - High rankers go for ECE, Computer Sciences
   Electronics and Communication Engineering and Computer Sciences and Engineering, remain, as predicted, the most preferred choice among students this year, going by trends set by the high rankers who attended counselling for B.E/B.Tech in the first two days. read more

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