A total of 1,997 students had registered themselves to appear in the NEET 2018 exam in Telugu language.
Kaloji Narayana Rao University of Health Sciences (KNRUHS) is mandated to improve standards of medical education in Telangana and also to maintain a uniform curriculum in all the affiliated colleges. The degrees awarded by the university are recognised by national statutory bodies like MCI, DCI, Central council of Indian Medicine, Central council of Homeopathy and Indian nursing council.
"All the NEET - UG - 2018 qualified candidates from Telangana State are hereby informed that their applications for admission into Medical & Dental colleges affiliated to KNRUHS will be considered as per their eligibility as local or non-local candidates irrespective of whether their name is in the list displayed on KNRUHS web-site on 15-06-2018," said a notification on the official website of KNRUHS.
"All the candidates are hereby informed that they have to apply on-line in response to our notification to be issued shortly for admission into Medical & Dental colleges affiliated to KNRUHS, Warangal," it added.
In its June 15 notice, KNRUHS has also said that the provisional merit position will be displayed after submission of online applications in response to University Notification and final merit list will be displayed after verification of original certificates.
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