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MCI moves to implement 10 percent EWS quota in medical colleges, Asks States to submit Seat Matrix


MCI moves to implement 10 percent EWS quota in medical colleges, Asks States to submit Seat Matrix

New Delhi: Taking cue from the Ministry of Health regarding bringing of 10 percent Economically Weaker Section (EWS) quota in PG medical seats at  government medical colleges across the country, the Medical Council of India ( MCI) has now written to the various state governments and medical colleges asking them to provide preliminary details for the same

The council with the notice has moved towards the Implementation of reservation of 10% seats in Postgraduate (PG) course for the Economically Weaker Section (EWS) candidates by enhancing of PG seats in the existing Medical Colleges/ Institutes under the policy 10A of the IMC Act, 1956 for the academic year 2020-21

As per the policy, 10 per cent of seats will be reserved for EWS quota and for the implementation of the same, increments in the PG medical seats will be made at various government medical colleges. For the same, MCI has now asked the DMEs. state secretaries, heads of medical colleges and universities of various states  to furnish details of the PG course wise seats at the various medical colleges

The Secretary In-charge of Medical Education and Health Department of the States are hereby requested to send their proposal under the EWS scheme in consultation with DMEs and concerned institutions u/s 10A of the IMC Act, 1956 for the academic year 2020-21. Efforts may also be made to put in place additional facilities ie. teaching, training, beds and faculty, etc. required for the same.

You are further requested to furnish the programme-wise seat increase matrix along with course-wise information as per the enclosed format.

The format is attached in the PDF below

Medical Dialogues had reported that earlier this year, on January 9, the Parliament had passed the Constitution (124th Amendment) Bill 2019 to help the Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) of Indian society. The bill focused on providing 10 per cent reservation in jobs and higher education to the general category poor.

Considering the bill, it was decided that all educational institutions including ones in the medical field, will offer the EWS quota in the General Category.

To facilitate the decision, the MCI has now issued a circular to respective medical education departments, medical universities of the states running GMCs under its jurisdiction; directing them to furnish necessary information in the given format so that the EWS quota can be implemented at these concerned institutes.

The format mandated to be filled by medical education departments’ authorities entails the information regarding medical college wise name of programme courses (PG Medical), their existing capacity both permitted and recognized and the number of seats to be increased in 2020-21 to implement to 10% reservation.

The format which is required to be filled by medical institutions includes the proposed number of seats for 10 EWS quota that could be accordingly increased by MCI, the name of the PG medical courses, their existing intake of PG medical students and number of recognized and permitted seats. In addition, the MCI has demanded the details of the MBBS seats at these GMCs, infrastructural and teaching facilities and clinical material as well as radiological investigation details.

Read Also: Medical admissions: 10 percent EWS quota challenged in Bombay High Court

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  1. Sir why the reservation exists for only backward caste ?Also there are some students in general category who are economically poor ..This is not fair .so reservation have to implemented based on economical status not on the basis of caste system.There are many students from backward caste who are economically very sound they can join in management quota by paying more than 2 crores,at the same time there are students from open category who can\’t afford even b cat seats ..Is this the justice provided my government of India to a open category student who are economically poor.At least u guys open ur eyes now and show some concern towards us.Is it a sin to born in economically poor upper caste.At least recognise us now provide justice to us.

  2. Sir if you want to implement quota EWS ok make it 5% and rip other quotas if you want to have good health care system, where general category go. Have the committed a crime by taking birth in general category

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    Dr Madan Mohan Singh April 14, 2019, 8:32 pm

    Good move. There is nothing wrong in this. Students selected in this will be good students.

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    Abhishek Singh April 17, 2019, 6:02 pm

    Still u don\’t know how to judge a person..still u r having caste feelings…people like u are making this country worst….

  5. Konsi category ke ho?

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    Jitendra Hindustani April 14, 2019, 11:33 am

    There should not be any kind of reservation in PG.
    Once underprivileged student has got admission during graduation then all are equally capable.
    If government is not capable of upbringing them after so many years after independence then government is at fault not the non reservation students.

  7. NO MORE RESERVATIONS!!

  8. WELL SAID …

  9. What d hell… Nasty politics.. doing whatever they want..never ask about public or doctors community opinion… Just want votes.. MCI is always tainted….