MBBS BDS Admission 2022: Seats Are Vacant Here In All Government Medical Colleges

79 seats have remained vacant in Bihar’s medical faculties, even after the second round of 85 percent seats. These vacant MBBS seats will be admitted under the clean-up round from April 5. Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (BCECEB) released the revised merit list for admission on Monday. All students who appeared for Under Graduate Medical Admission Counseling (UGMAC) 2021 will be required to secure their enrollment by appearing in the mopup round.

This time, the maximum number of 79 seats will remain free in the clean-up round. The maximum number of seats is 21 in JKTMC & Hospital Madhepura. In addition, five in Patna Medical College, seven in IGIMS, six in NMC, nine in ESIC Medical College Bihta, five in SKMC Muzaffarpur, five in VIMS Pawapuri, five in ANMMC Gaya, two in DMC Laheriasarai, nine in GMC Bettiah, JLNMC Five seats are vacant in Bhagalpur.

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This marks the first time that all 11 state medical colleges in the state have seats left for the cleanup round. Earlier there were not that many seats available in the clean-up round. At the same time, 25 of the 30 seats in the Government Dental College have remained vacant for the first time.

In 85 percent of the state, admission must be made in 1,151 seats by combining MBBS and BDS. For example, under BCECEB 1121 government MBBS and 30 government BDS seats must be admitted. At the same time, 47 of the 51 seats in the Veterinary College remained vacant. Admission to these vacant seats will also be made through a mop-up round. The council’s special officer Anil Kumar Sinha said that the candidates who will be assigned a seat in the BDS course should come to the council’s office on the same day and be admitted.

446 seats vacant in private medical colleges
At the same time, this time admission is to be made at 1050 seats in private medical colleges. There are 446 seats vacant in private medical colleges in the clearance round. At the same time, 130 seats remain free of the total 240 seats of private dental universities. Admission to these vacant seats will take place from 5 to 10 April as part of the clearance round. Students admitted to private medical colleges must carry a draft of Rs 12 lakh and those seeking admission in private dental colleges must carry a draft of Rs 50,000.

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