650 seats were available in the mop-up round for PG medical admissions across all quota in government and private colleges in the Maharashtra state. Most of the seats are available in non-clinical courses such as anatomy, pathology and others. However, only a few seats are available in the popular branches of surgery and gynaecology.
Even after the State passed a ruling ordinance, the Fifty-six students whose admissions have been revoked after the Maratha quota from the Supreme Court did not report to the State CET Cell for the academic session 2019-2020. The CET State Commissioner, Anand Rayate said that many of those students had succeeded in securing seats from other states or from any reputed university have not reported for admissions. Out of 56 seats, eight Student has not reported to dental colleges and 48 had not attended to the MD / MS courses.
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Admissions have been cancelled after a quota has been made invalid for this year by the Nagpur Bench at the Bombay High Court. The State stated an order amending the SEBC Act and got the suitable quota for this academic year. All the 1215 MD / MS admission and 285 MDS admissions were restored and students had three days to report in their respective colleges. And after the Medical Council of India reduced the NEET-PG eligibility score from 50 to 45 percentiles, 247 students registered for the admission process. These students will be counted for admissions via the mop-up round.
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