MBBS admissions extended
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Medical Advisory Committee: Admits to MBBS extended to occupy vacant seats in existing institutions for one week. Admissions to undergraduate medical courses have been extended across the world another week since an order of the Supreme Court of 5 February. Admissions to undergraduate medical courses have been extended across the world another week since an order of the Supreme Court of 5 February. In a circulation on 8 February, the Medical Advisory Committee (MCC) announced that it will now continue to occupy remaining empty seats until 11 February.
MBBS admissions extended by a week
According to information shared by MCC: Five seats are open, one seat each for the five All India Medical Science Institutes (AIIMS), for which AIIMS, New Delhi, will be admitted. Similarly 37 additional seats in the Non-Resident Indian (NRI) and management quotas are presently empty across five deemed institutions. The quota of NRI at Navi Mumbai DY Patil Medical College contains 17 empty seats. The Directorate General of Health Sciences will lead the second offline vacancy seat round (DGHS).
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Many citizens have blamed NRI seat vacancies and the management caps, as a result of the financial effect of Covid 19 and the subsequent lock-down by 2020, upon a significant number of families. Under the Fee Regulatory Authority, higher schools can charge 15% of the NRI and management quotas up to 5 times the normal fees of a seat in the open division.
"The fee for managed seats and NRI allowances is three to five times more a day than would have come this year for many students relative to private medical and dental institutions. This may be one of the key reasons why these two quotas have not this year been claimed for seats," said Dr. T P Lahane, Director, Medical Education, and Inquiry (DMER).
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