MBBS seats doubled in Jammu and Kashmir medical colleges, 50% seats reserved for girls

MBBS seats in authorities medical faculties in Jammu and Kashmir have greater than doubled this 12 months and 50% seats have been reserved for feminine aspirants, in keeping with the administration.The Medical seats have been elevated from 500 for 2018-19 to 1100 throughout the present educational session 2020-21.

Union territory’s well being & medical schooling division bought letter of permission from nationwide medical fee, New Delhi to confess 100 MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery) college students in authorities medical faculties in Doda whereas the universities in Anantnag and Baramulla have been given permission to confess the second batch of 100 college students within the present educational 12 months 2020-21.

“Government medical college Rajouri and government medical college Kathua have already got permission for the second batch with intake of 115 and 100 seats respectively, whereby the total MBBS seats in J&K have now been enhanced from 500 (2018-19) to 1100 (2020-21) seats during the current academic session 2020-21,” J&Okay authorities official spokesman mentioned in a press release.

He mentioned makeshift association in authorities medical school Doda to accommodate lecturers, theatres, labs, dissection corridor, library, museum, college rooms, administrative block and many others. have been accomplished and the school is absolutely geared up and furnished to begin MBBS lessons within the present educational 12 months.

“The main buildings of all the new government medical colleges are in various stages of completion and are expected to be ready for use in the next few months. 1100 MBBS seats are available in medical colleges of the Union Territory of Jammu & Kashmir for the aspirants of MBBS Course, which is a great achievement of the UT Government,” the spokesperson mentioned.

The authorities mentioned 50% of those seats shall be made out there to feminine aspirants as per the MBBS admission coverage of the UT.


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