Three medical seats are likely to reduce in numbers as three medical colleges in Maharashtra lose seats according to the instructions of the National Medical Commission (NMC). These NMC has instructed to reduce 15 seats from Indira Gandhi Government Medical College and Hospital (IGGMCH), Akola Government Medical College and Hospital, and Dr. Panjabrao Deshmukh Memorial Medical College in Vidarbha pointing out deficiencies in the compliance reports of these colleges.
Out of these 15 seats, 6 MD medicine and 3 MS Ophthalmology seats are from the Indira Gandhi Government Medical College and Hospital, 2 Community Medicine seats from Akola Government Medical College and Hospital, and four MS Surgery seats from Dr. Panjabrao Deshmukh Memorial Medical College in Amravati.
Disheartened with the reduction of seats, former deputy mayor of Nagpur Shekhar Sawarbandhe has said that “The NMC has deliberately reduced the available postgraduate seats in Maharashtra for 2021 for students who are working day and night in hospitals to save lives in these difficult times and losing PG seats means losing specialist doctors in this Covid pandemic time. We appeal to the central government to restore these seats before admission starts”.
While the authorities at these medical colleges have claimed that they have sent the compliance reports to NMC, sources at NMC claim that these compliance reports still have some deficiencies which can be filled up as the NEET PG exam has been postponed till August 31.
The West Bengal State Government in coordination with Central Government has decided to come up with 6 new medical colleges in the state.
18 PG medical seats have been approved to a medical college in Uttarakhand by the National Board of Examinations (NBE).
New postgraduate courses have been introduced at the TRIHMS Medical College in Arunachal Pradesh.
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The new Government Medical colleges in Jammu and Kashmir are accredited with new PG courses.
A total number of 157 medical colleges in India are under implementation, informs Union Health Minister.
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A Government order has been issued by the Tamil Nadu Health Department on the reduced fee at Rajah Muthiah Medical College.
The University Grant commission (UGC) has warned medical aspirants in the country against admissions in Singhania University.
New Medical Colleges to be set up in district hospitals through Public Private Partnership (PPP) mode according to the budget 2020-21.
Jharkhand is all set to have two new medical colleges in its Giridih and Khunti districts making it total 1000 MBBS seats.
A new government medical college and hospital established by ESIC to function soon in Bihta by Government of india in Bihar.
Odisha is all set to see the functioning of another medical college and hospital from the next academic session 2021-22.
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Sikkim Manipal University has started inviting applications for the MBBS admission for the academic session 2020-21.
The Punjab Government as per the cabinet decision of May 27, announced to increase the fee in medical colleges in Punjab for the MBBS course.
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