Chhattisgarh MBBS aspirants admissions face problem need an assurance from the health secretary Subrata Sahu.
It is a typical case to discuss when it comes to MBBS admissions in Chhattisgarh for the NEET qualified candidates.
The DME, which conducts the centralized counseling for the state of Chhattisgarh, is in a catch 22 situation where rules are not yet been made for taking admission into MBBS course in the government and private medical colleges.
This is expected to create confusion and problems to the NEET qualified MBBS aspirants coming for counseling. The counseling to start in the month of July 2017.
Chhattisgarh MBBS Aspirants Admissions Face Problem | Health Secretary Assures Solution
Before we rejoice the assurance of the health secretary.
Let’s understand that the government quota and its percentage of MBBS seats available for admission for NEET qualified aspirants of Chhattisgarh.
Thus for the information of MBBS aspirants of Chhattisgarh.
The government quota seat percentage are as follows:
- Government quota 82 percent,
- All India quota 15 percent
- Central quota 3 percent.
For private medical colleges the percentage of allotment of seats is as follows:
- 42.5 percent quota in private medical colleges
- 42.5 percent quota for management quota
- 15 percent of NRI quota.
Hence, as per the present rules, 150 seats of Chandulal Chandrakar Memorial Medical College Durg; and Government Medical College Ambikapur will be open for MBBS admissions.
Though Medical Council of India has not given permission to Ambikapur Medical College.
But, there is an assurance from the Health Secretary Sri Subrata Sahu confirming admission in 100 seats under Government quota.
The health secretary further added that Rims and Shankaracharya are private medical colleges; hence we can neither take action nor responsibility regarding MBBS admissions.
Though Chhattisgarh MBBS Aspirants Admissions face Problem. It looks like there is 100 per cent solution in the horizon.