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J&K Administrative Council Greenlights Paramedical Vacancy Fill-Up Post-BOPEE Counseling

Administrative Council Greenlights Filling Vacancies in Paramedical Institutions Post BOPEE Counseling

The Administrative Council, led by Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha, has given the nod to fill vacant positions in paramedical institutions following the conclusion of centralized counseling by the J&K Board of Professional Entrance Examinations (BOPEE). This decision aims to address the persisting vacancies and optimize admissions in both government and private institutions across Jammu and Kashmir.

Here are the key highlights of the Administrative Council's decision:

1. Approval for Seat Filling: The AC has authorized the filling of remaining seats for various courses, including M.Sc/ B.Sc Nursing, Post Basic B.Sc Nursing, B. Pharmacy Course, and other Paramedical Courses, in government-run and private institutions within the UT of Jammu and Kashmir. These admissions will be strictly based on merit and compliance with eligibility criteria and Standard Operating Procedures (SoPs) established by the Government.

2. Background and Rationale: The decision stems from the observation that a significant number of seats in both private and government nursing and paramedical institutions have remained vacant. This situation prompted representations from institution promoters, leading to a review of the existing admission process.

3. Legislative Framework: The decision aligns with previous directives, including SRO-505 of 2019 and SRO-640 of 2019, which mandated BOPEE to oversee admissions to nursing and paramedical courses based on merit. Despite these directives, many seats remained unfilled, necessitating a reevaluation of the admission process.


The approval by the Administrative Council underscores the government's commitment to optimizing admissions in paramedical institutions across Jammu and Kashmir. By allowing institutions to fill remaining vacancies post-BOPEE counseling, the decision aims to address the persistent issue of unfilled seats and ensure that deserving candidates have access to quality education in the healthcare sector.

[Source: GNS]

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