A.P. Private Medical / Dental Un-aided Non-Minority Professional Institutions (Admissions into Post Graduate Medical / Dental Courses Rules and Guidelines 2017 as per G.O.MS.No. 70 Dated: 03-05-2017.
- G.O.Ms. No.93, HM&FW (E1) Department, Dated: 01/07/2013
- G.O.Ms .No.50, HM&FW (E1) Department, Dated: 19/05/2015.
- From Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Govt of India, F.No.V.11011/1/2015-MEP(Pt), dated 10th Mar 2017 and 6th April, 2017
- From the APPMDCMA lr. dt. 15-3-2017
- MOU dated: 02.05.2017 entered into between the APPMDCMA and the DME, AP on behalf of Govt AP on PG Degree and PG Diploma/MDS Courses.
In pursuance of the judgment of Hon’ble Supreme Court of India dt. 12-8- 2005 in Appeal (Civil) No. 5041 of 2005 filed by P.A. Inamdar Vs. State of Maharashtra (AIR 2005 SC 3226), and also discussions held with the Private Unaided Non-Minority Medical / Dental Colleges in the State of A.P. for the Post Graduate courses i.e., MD/MS/Diploma/MDS, a consensual arrangement was arrived in adopting the admission policy and seat matrix for the competent authority seats / Management seats in Unaided Non-Minority Medical / Dental Colleges in the State in respect of PG (Medical and Dental) courses.
The State Government and the private managements of professional colleges, since then, having worked out periodically under consensual arrangements, providing for seat sharing, process of admissions and determination of fee structure; and the said 'arrangements /consensual agreements, were given effect to by issuance of necessary notifications/executive orders by the state Government in GOs1st and 2nd read above.
The Government have examined the representation 4th read above of the A.P. Private Medical and Dental Colleges Managements Association agreed to continue the consensual arrangement for the ensuing academic year as well. After an extensive consultation process, keeping in view the need for effectively mimplementing the Reservation Policy of the State, as well as facilitating better access to professional courses to the students of State of Andhra Pradesh, in consonance with Article 371-D(2)(c) in the Constitution of India and also to maintain 'the imparting of quality education' to the student community, while also ensuring quality health care in teaching hospitals , subject to the Govt of India/Medical Council of India/Dental Council of India guidelines, have decided to provide for a consensual agreement'; as stated hereunder.
During the deliberations, there were several opinions as to the inadequacy of funding due to implementation of Sixth Pay Commission's pay scales in private educational institutions and also under the current high costs of imparting quality education. In view of the larger interest of the students and at the same time ensuring the viability of the institutions and their growth by providing appropriate minimum of funding and to take all steps that are necessary to give legal sanction for the arrangements; and keeping in view the time constraint and the need to achieve certainty, the members of private Institutions having met and deliberated on the request made; resolved to adopt a policy in line with reservation policy of the State in consonance with Article 371-D(2)(c) in the Constitution of India and participate and contribute to the welfare measures of the State. Accordingly it was decided under due authorization by the members of the Association as it is agreed now between "the Government" and by "the Association of Private Medical and Dental Colleges Management of A.P." that the following consensual agreement , set out in detailed terms/conditions of agreement as hereunder, being within the framework of law as contemplated under P.A Inamdar's decision, be implemented for the Post Graduate Medical(Broad specialties/Superspecialities/Diploma) and Dental Courses / Super Specialty Courses from the academic year 2017-18 with specific conditions, as set out hereunder:
The following notification shall be published in the Extraordinary issue of the Andhra Pradesh Gazette dated: 08th May 2017.