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Health Ministry Permission granted to 247 MD, MS seats at 33 medical colleges


Health Ministry Permission granted to 247 MD, MS seats at 33 medical colleges

Through a public notice, the Ministry of Health and family welfare has announced, that letter of permission (LOP) will be given to 33 medical colleges across the country to start and increase 247 seats in 21 PG courses.

This permission for starting/increase of seats in the said courses and admission of students will be till such time the first batch of students admitted against the above course(s) appears for the first final examination in the subject. The College authorities may take up the matter for recognition of the qualifications under Section l7 (2) of IMC Act at the time of first batch admitted against the course appears for final year examinations.

Following are the details of the same

S.NO Name of College Name of Course (Starting/Increase) Seats
1 KPC Medical College, Jadavpur, Kolkata Starting:

MD (General Medicine)

MD (DVL)

 

10 (Ten) Seat

02 (Two) Seats

2 GCS Medical college, Gujarat Starting:

MD (Biochemistry)

MD (General Medicine)

02 (Two) Seats

08 (Eight) Seats

3 Dr. B.R Ambedkar Medical College & Hospital, Bangalore Increase:

MD (General Medicine)

MD (Radio diagnosis)

MS (obstetrics & Gynecology)

06 (Six) to 09 (Nine) Seats

01 (One) to 04 (Four) Seats

01 (One) to 04 (Four) Seats

4 Shri Vasant Rao Naik Govt. Medical College Starting:

MD (Community Medicine)

5 (Five) Seats
5 GMERS Medical college, sola, Ahmadabad Starting:

MS (Ophthalmology)

03 (Three) Seats
6 Jawaharlal Nehru Medical
College, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh
Increase:

MD (Pathology)

09 (Nine) to 15 (Fifteen) Seats
7 Jawaharlal Nehru Medical
College, Sawangi, Maharashtra
Increase:

MS (General Surgery)

MD (Anesthesiology)

MD (pediatrics)

12 (Twelve) to 16 (Sixteen) Seats

08 (Eight) to 12 (Twelve) Seats

o7 (Seven) to 09 (Nine) Seats

8 Mahatma Gandhi Medical
College & Research Institute Puducherry
Increase:

MS (Orthopaedics)

MD (Pathology)

03 (Three) to 10 (Ten) Seats

5 (Five) to 10 (Ten) Seats

9 GSL Medical College & General Hospital, Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh Increase:

MS (General Surgery)

07 (Two) to 4 (Fourteen) seats
10 Government Medical College, Nizamabad Starting:

MS (Pharmacology)

03 (Three) Seats
11 IQ City Medical College, West Bengal Starting:

MD (Community Medicine)

MD (Physiology)

MD (Microbiology)

 

03 (Three) Seats

03 (Three) Seats

03 (Three) Seats

12 Chengalpattu Medical College, Chengalpattu, Tamil Nadu Starting:

MS (Ophthalmology)

MS (Orthopaedics)

MD (Community Medicine)

MD (Bio-Chemistry)

02 (Two) Seats

06 (Six) Seats

03 (Three ) Seats

03 (Three) Seats

13 Jhalawar Medical college,
Rajasthan
Starting:

MD (Pathology)

MD (Forensic Medicine)

11 (Eleven) Seats

04 (Four) Seats

14 Theni Government Medical College, Theni, Tamil Nadu Starting:

MD (Anatomy)

MS (General Surgery)

03 (Three) Seats

08 (Eight) Seats

15 Maharishi Markandeshwar
Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, Mullana’Ambala
Increase:

MS (OBG)

Starting:

MD (Forensic Medicine)

06 (Six) to 08 (Eight) Seats

 

03 (Three) Seats

16 Kilpauk Medical College, Chennai Increase:

MD (Pathology)

01(One) to 06 (Six) Seats
17 L.N Medical College & Research Centre, Bhopal Starting:

MD (Anaesthesiology)

08 (Eight) seats
18 Tirunelveli Medical College,
Tirunelveli
Starting:

MD (Radio Diagnosis)

04 (Four) Seats
19 Shimoga Institute of Medical Sciences, Shimoga Starting:

MD (Anaesthesiology)

04 (Four) Seats
20 Shree Guru Ram Rai Institute of Medical & Health Sciences, Dehradun Increase:

MD (Community Medicine)

MD (DVL)

MS (Ophthalmology)

04 (Four) to 06 (Six) Seats

01 (One) to 03 (Three) Seats

02 (Two) to 04 (Four) Seats

21 ESI Postgraduate institute of Medical Sciences & Research, Besaidarapur Starting: 

MD (Paediatrics)

04 (Four) Seats
22 Government Dharmapuri
Medical College, Dharmapuri, Tamil Nadu
Starting:

MS (Ophthalmology)

MD (Paediatrics)

02 (Two) Seats

04 (Four) Seats

23 Indira Gandhi Institute  of
Medical Sciences, Patna, Bihar
Starting:

MD (Pathology)

05 (Five) Seats
24 Government Medical College
Aurangabad, Maharashtra
Starting:

MD (Radio Therapy)

02 (Two) Seats
25 Jawaharlal Nehru lnstitute of Medical Sciences, Manipur Starting:

MS (orthopedics)

04 (Four) Seats
26 Coimbatore Medical College, Tamil Nadu Starting:

MD (Respiratory Medicine)

 02 (Two) Seats
27 Calcutta National Medical
College, West Bengal
Starting:

MD (Physiology)

04 (Four) Seats
28 Geetaniali Medical College &
Hospital, Udaipur
lncrease:

MD (Respiratory Medicine)

03 (Three) to 04 [Four) Seats
29 Maharashtra Institute of
Medical Sciences & Research, Latur
Increase:

MD(General Medicine)

02 (Two) to 04 (Four) Seats
30 Shri Satya Sai Medical College & Research institute., Tamil Nadu Increase:

MD (Paediatrics)

MD (General Medicine)

MD (Anaesthesiology)

MS (Obstetrics & Gynecology)

MS (orthopaedics)

 

03 (Three) to 06 (Six) seats

06 (Six) to 10 (Ten) Seats

04 (Four) to 09 (Nine) Seats

03 (Three) to 06 (Six) seats

03 (Three) to 06 [Six) seats

31 Narayan Medical College & Hospital,
Sasaram, Bihar
Starting:

MD (General Medicine)

MD (Paediatrics)

MD (Pathology)

MS (Orthopaedics)

08 (Eight) Seats

04 (Four) Seats

08 (Eight) Seats

04 (Four) Seats

32 Dr.D.Y. Patil Medical College,
Pimpri, Pune
Increase:

MD (Radio Diagnosis)

MS (Otorhinolaryngology)

MS (General Surgery)

MS (Orthopaedics)

10 (Ten) to 12 (Twelve) Seats

03 (Three) to 06 (Six) Seats

16 (Sixteen) to 24 (Twenty Four) Seats

07 (Seven) to 09 (Nine) Seats

33 Netaii Subhash Chandra Bose
Medical College, Jabalpur
Starting:

MD (Respiratory Medicine)

02 (Two) Seats

 




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  1. Really it is amazing. I fail to understand the MCI reports. I see many medical colleges getting yes nod and some getting no nod.

    Let me be specific. Here in Gulbarga/ Kalaburagi there are four medical colleges- two private and two government colleges. The government colleges are going through strict inspection. Where as the two private colleges are not much troubled. The one , the minority institution is luck to motherly favour by MCI. Even after more than twenty years after its existence, it resembles a big cowshed. Infrastructure facilities are nowhere near minimum requirement. And the teaching staff are on adhoc basis. They are paid much less salary that too irregularly. They are told not to admit patients unnecessarily, not to operate on problematic cases.

    And all records are cooked up.

    And MCI has blind eyes towards all these.

    The wonder is it is post graduate teaching institution!