MBBS: It is difficult for NEET pass girls to get 33 percent reservation in medical colleges this year, know the reason:
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MBBS: The announcement of giving 33 percent reservation to NEET pass girl students in medical colleges of Bihar was announced two years ago. The reservation process has not started yet. just have to wait for the reservation
The announcement of giving 33 percent reservation to girls in medical colleges of Bihar was made two years ago. The reservation process has not started yet. In such a situation, one will have to wait for 33 percent reservation for girls in medical colleges of Bihar. Preparation for admission in medical colleges is going on. Notice for enrollment under All India Quota (NEET All India Quota seats) has been issued.Now soon the Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (BCECEB) will issue notice for admission to 85 percent medical seats in the state, but till now the BCECEB, which is responsible for taking admission in medical, has not received any order related to reservation.
Council’s OSD Anil Kumar Sinha said that no letter has been received from the concerned government regarding the reservation of 33 percent seats for girls in medical colleges. If the order is not received, then 33 percent reservation will not be given to girl students in the enrollment process in medical colleges in the session.
Significantly, the state government has decided to reserve 33 percent seats for girls in medical colleges of Bihar.
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…then more than half the seats in medical colleges will be occupied
If this rule is applied in medical colleges also, then the number of girls will be more than 50 percent. Bihar has 1121 MBBS seats under state quota. Out of this, 33 percent seats will be reserved for girls. Out of 1121 seats, 373 seats have been reserved for girls. Like Patna Medical College has 165 seats under state quota. With the implementation of reservation, girls will be admitted in about 54 seats in these. At present, girls were enrolled in about 30 to 35 percent seats in all medical colleges of Bihar. It will range from 52 to 57 percent. MBBS: Good news, MBBS seats will increase, NMC approved 100 seats for this medical college
A separate medical university is to be set up in Bihar, who has been appointed as the vice-chancellor for a separate medical university. The state government has appointed its vice-chancellor. SN Sinha, senior doctor of PMCH, has been made the vice-chancellor. But in Aryabhatta there is nothing on the ground except a room. However, the new session 2022-23 is to be conducted under Medical University only.