The health minister announced that there are no changes to how seats are allocated to different quotas.

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Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya, who is in charge of Health and Family Welfare, recently said in Parliament that there aren’t any present ideas for a central counseling system for students studying medicine at the undergraduate or postgraduate level. This announcement came in response to a question from Member of Parliament Kavitha Malothu, who inquired about the National Medical Commission’s proposal for a centralized counseling system.

The Health Minister clarified that they have not made any changes to the existing scheme of seat allocation for various quotas for the academic year 2023-24. The Medical Counselling Committee, known as MCC, is like the captain of the ship when it comes to guiding students who want to study medicine in India. Whether you’re aiming for a bachelor’s degree in medicine (UG/MBBS) or a master’s degree (PG), MCC is in charge of helping you choose the right path. They’re like your trusted advisors for medical education in India. The counseling process is based on candidates’ scores in NEET UG and NEET PG exams.

For undergraduate courses, counseling covers 15% of all India quota seats, 100% of seats in Central Institutes/Universities, Deemed Universities, and Institutes of National Importance (INI). Similarly, for postgraduate courses, counseling includes 50% of All India Quota seats and 100% of seats in Central Institutes/Universities and Deemed Universities. Respective state governments conduct the counseling for UG and PG medical courses’ state quota seats.

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