MBBS 2017 Admissions – 90% seats vacant in deemed Universities
The 1st round of counseling has concluded in all states of India and according to statistics issued by Directorate General of Health Services – the Government body conducting admission process, 90% of the seats in the deemed Universities are still vacant.
1st round allotment saw candidates until the rank of 6,47,000 in NEET 2017.
In Tamil Nadu there are 8 deemed Universities – 11,84 seats under Management quota and 1,072 vacant after 1st round of counseling.
They have 142 NRI seats and 84 are still vacant.
Popular Colleges in India have also seats vacant after 1st round of counseling.
DY Patil Medical College Mumbai only 3 management quota seats and 9 NRI quota seats admitted.
GITAM Institute of Medical Sciences – all NRI seats vacant and they have admitted only 4 students in management quota and nearly 123 seats in this category are vacant.
Kasturba Medical College, 159 of 211 MBBS seats and 29 of 37 NRI seats are still vacant.
Many students have not taken admission as they will wait for 2nd round of counseling.
And some students have taken MBBS Admission Abroad as fees in these deemed Universities is very high as compared to fees in MBBS Abroad Colleges.