A sum of 13, 295 students will go after 900 MBBS situates in Jammu and Kashmir this year, as the consequences of the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2019 were announced on Wednesday.
Upwards of 24, 744 hopefuls from the State had showed up for the test out of which 13,295 qualified the test however no one from the State could discover a spot in top 50 applicants. NEET was led crosswise over 154 urban areas of the nation in 11 dialects and 2,546 focuses. Upwards of 26,595 hopefuls from the State had enlisted for the test, yet 1851 did not show up for it. The test was led all through the nation on May 5 and May 20.
In NEET 2018, 54.21 percent applicants had qualified the test while this year 53.73 percent competitors qualified the test, therefore enlisting a decay of 0.48 percent from the earlier year. The NEET is directed by the National Testing Agency (NTA) for admission to MBBS and BDS courses in therapeutic and dental schools endorsed by the Medical Council of India and the Dental Council of India.
Sources said that there are an aggregate of 900 MBBS accessible in Medical Colleges and 300 BDS seats accessible in Dental Colleges of the State for which these 13, 295 students will contend. "While there are 150 MBBS situates each in GMCs Jammu and Srinagar, 100 each in SKIMS Soura and Acharya Shri Chander College of Medical Sciences (ASCOMS) Jammu, 100 seats each have been designated to four new GMCs at Kathua, Rajouri, Anantnag and Baramulla, which as of late got Letter of Permission (LoP) from the Medical Council of India (MCI) to begin their lady scholarly session from this year," they educated.
"50% of the seats would be held for female hopefuls in every therapeutic school according to the MBBS Admission Policy in the State," sources additionally educated, including that extra 400 MBBS seats this year will demonstrate a major shelter for the MBBS competitors as well as for wellbeing division of the State the same number of Government wellbeing foundations are confronting extreme deficiency of specialists.
Sources additionally informed that the State may get 199 more MBBS seats this year under EWS (Economically Weaker Section) amount by June 10 as the Board of Governors of MCI has prescribed the Government to consider increment of seats under EWS standard for Undergraduates from this scholastic session.
Explaining more, they said to actualize the 10% expansion for EWS independently for the Undergraduate and Postgraduates, there must be a general increment of 25% seats to guarantee that the momentum number of open seats don't diminish.
"In this way, in GMCs Jammu and Srinagar, which have 150 MBBS situates each, there will be an expansion of 37 seats. SKIMS Soura and four new GMCs, which have 100 MBBS situates each, will get an expansion of 25 seats," sources asserted.