40% seats in pharmacy courses still vacant

Source : Times of India Source Date : 2010-Aug-19

Ahmedabad: The second round of reshuffling of engineering and pharmacy seats ended on August 18. The final merit list declared at the end of the process, shows that close to 40 per cent of the total pharmacy seats with the Admission Committee for Professional Courses (ACPC) are still vacant! Of the 7,000 seats to be filled by ACPC, 3,216 have not yet been filled and this number is expected to go up when the academic session begins. The reason is that there will be students who withdraw their admissions once they get enrolled in another college of their choice elsewhere. The seats that are remaining of pharmacy will be given to the individual institutes to fill themselves. There will be no further reshuffling held for these seats. For the students who have got admission in the final reshuffling will have to register themselves at the assigned helpline centres between August 18 and 21.

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