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Friday, 11 December 2020

MCC reverts 33 MBBS, 14 BDS seats to state

Tribune News Service

Faridkot, December 10

The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has declared 33 out of the 90 All-India Quota (AIQ) MBBS seats in three government medical colleges in Punjab as vacant.

These vacant seats — 14 at Government Medical College, Amritsar, 11 at Patiala and eight seats at Guru Gobind Singh Medical College at Faridkot — were reverted by the MCC to Baba Farid University of Health Sciences (BFUHS) today.

BFUHS begins second round of counselling

The Baba Farid University of Health Sciences (BFUHS) has started its second round of counselling to fill 474 out of the total 1,425 MBBS seats and 924 out of the total 1,230 BDS seats in nine medical and 15 dental colleges. These seats include the All-India Quota vacant seats.

Three government medical colleges in the state offer 90 AIQ MBBS seats and these seats are filled by the MCC, for which candidates from across the country are eligible.

Besides these MBBS seats, the MCC has also reverted 14 AIQ BDS seats to the BFUHS. Two government dental colleges at Amritsar and Patiala offer 14 BDS seats under AIQ.

Many All-India Quota seats fall vacant due to non-joining or resignation by chosen candidates after the conclusion of second round of all-India counselling and these vacant seats are reverted to the state quota.

Now, the Baba Farid University of Health Sciences has started its second round of counselling to fill 474 out of the total 1,425 MBBS seats and 924 out of the total 1,230 BDS seats in nine medical and 15 dental colleges. These seats include the AIQ vacant seats.

The total number of available seats for the second round of counselling at government medical colleges at Patiala, Amritsar, Faridkot is 54, 49 and 32, respectively.

At six private medical colleges — Sri Guru Ram Das medical college at Amritsar, the DMC and the CMC at Ludhiana, Adesh medical college at Bathinda, PIMS at Jalandhar and Gian Sagar at Banur — the vacant seats are 79, 24, 18, 111, 52 and 55, respectively.



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