State-Level Common Counselling for Medical Seats after NEET

Health and Family Welfare Ministry in its notification on March 10 has announced that state-level common counselling will be held for admission to all medical seats. The common counselling decision is for both undergraduate and post graduate levels. The decision is for all medical education institutions in the state whether established by the Central Government, State Government, University, Deemed University, Trust, Society, Company, Minority Institutions or Corporation.

Earlier students had to apply to multiple agencies for admission in the same state for which they had to pay huge amount. The ministry said that that this move will help to bring transparency in the admission process and curb the practice of capitation fee charged by private colleges for medical seats. 

“This will put an end to sale of seats by private colleges; presently, private colleges arbitrarily fix the fees based on each student who approaches them for a seat. A common counselling will streamline the admission process and the fee,” said C V Bhirmanandam, Vice-President of Medical Council of India.

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