Hitesh Paiwal 24 days ago

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Hitesh PaiwalLast Seen: 14 hours 18 min agoJoined on: 09-May-2018Education Interest: MedicineEducation Level: Class 12

What is the condition for pg to get 50% state quota after mbbs. which medical colleges in india have 50% PG State Quota.

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Subodh Mittal 23 days ago

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Subodh MittalLast Seen: 7 hours 13 min agoJoined on: 01-May-2019Education Interest: ManagementEducation Level: In Graduation
Hi Hitesh,
15% quota is the All India Quota Seats which means 15% Seats of All 460 Medical Colleges in India (Including Private, Government) will be filled via Centralised All India Counselling for the 15% Seats which means an Institution whether Government or Private will have to reserve 15 % of its seats which will be filled via All India NEET Counselling.
And the 85% quota is the seat reserved for the Students in their state.
Suppose, a government medical college named 'X medical college' has 100 seats for UG.
So out of this 100 seats, 15% i.e. 15 seats will be filled through all India quota. That means 15 seats can be occupied by students from any state all over India except a few states where this rule is not applicable.
And remaining 85% i.e. 85 seats will be filled only by the students from that particular state in which 'X medical college' is situated.
And if you consider all the medical colleges of India, then 15% of all seats is filled by any student who qualified NEET and 85% seats is filled by students from that state and have a domicile for that state..
Total Medical Seats in India (Including AIIMS JIPMER): 63735 Seats
15% All India Quota Seats: 9560 Seats
85% All India Seats: 54175 Seat
I hope you now understand the rule of 15% and 85% for medical seat distribution.

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