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Telugu students excel in JIPMER entrance

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Telugu students excel in JIPMER entrance. The results of entrance test for admission into MD and MS courses of Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate...

Hyderabad: The results of entrance test for admission into MD and MS courses of Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER), were declared on Wednesday. The counseling will be held on March 26 and 27.

The ranks and marks of all the eligible candidates can be downloaded from March 2, and the institute authorities have made it clear that no individual communication will be sent. A total of 10,662 ranks were given in the entrance in various categories.
Saba Samad Memon, who scored 725 bagged the first rank followed by N Srivani (720 marks), Lanka Vivek (713), SS Sabarshih (700), S Prema (697) and S Pritham Reddy (693). The second, third, sixth rankers were from Andhra Pradesh. Besides, K Saddam Hussain (11th rank), Pedapati Rama Krishna (12), Pavan Kumar Rudrabhotla (13), S Sai Krishna Reddy (16), Pavan Kumar Reddy Velpula (25), CH Pavani (26), M Lakhsmi Madhumati (28), D Durga Kalyana Sundara Murthy (32), Patti Ganesh (33), Bantu Saidulu (34), UVU Vamshidhar Reddy (35), M Vidya (39), Padyala Murali Krishna (40), M Sravani (41), Kantala Santosh Reddy (42), S Santa Kumar (43) and Sindhura Vaddamani (45) have bagged good ranks below 50.
Post graduate courses i.e. in MD and MS are conducted in 22 disciplines at JIPMER. At present, Super Speciality Programmes i.e. DM and MCh are being conducted in eight disciplines. A total of 15 seats are available for these eight super speciality programmes.
PhD programmes are conducted in 7 disciplines and a total of 16 seats are available for these seven PhD programmes.
JIPMER, a national institution under Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, has also been conducting MSc (Medical Biochemistry) course for the last 32 years and runs courses for MRT (Medical Record Technician) and MRO (Medical Record Officer) in which sponsored government servants from various institutions are imparted training in the Department of Medical Records.
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