K M Dayashankar
KARIMNAGAR: Karimnagar based Moulana Azad educational and welfare society has conducted a counselling programme for the benefit of National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET)-2021 qualified students belonging to the minority community at Urdu bhavan in Karimnagar town on Friday.
Presiding over the seminar, President of the society Riyaz Ali Razvi said more than 84 minority students had lost their medical seats due to lack of awareness on the web counselling procedures during the last academic year. Empowering the rank holders, he said that the NEET rankers can also avail newly introduced economically weaker sections (EWS) reservations and also BC-E reservations in the state.
Abdul Rab Arif , expert in online medical counselling from Hyderabad, empowered the students on various procedures and advised the students to go through the guidelines of NEET medical counselling 2021 before going to online counselling. He informed them to thoroughly check the availability of seats in the government, private and minority medical colleges.
He said that there were 35 medical colleges including government, private and five minority in Telangana state. More than 200 rankers have attended the seminar. Engineer Md Azeemuddin Asad, Md Yousuf uddin, Syed Ishtiaq Ahmed, Dr Md Fasiuddin, Dr Md Basheeruddin, Moulana Azad educational society general secretary Masood Ali Akbar, Media secretary Fayaz Ali Razvi, treasurer Abdul Muqtadir Mukaram and others were also present.