AIPGMEE 2015 Counselling Analysis - 1447 Seats Reverted to States
AIPGMEE 2015 counselling for the third round ended with a total of 1447 All India Quota (AIQ) MD/MS/Diploma seats remaining vacant. Surprisingly, the number of vacant seats which have been subsequently returned to respective states has increased by over 50 per cent this year. Last year, the number of seats returned to the state was 845.
LATEST: To Check AIPGMEE 2016 Result – Click Here
The final list of unfilled and retuned PG Medical seats under 50% AIQ was released by counselling body Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) on May 30, 2015.
Click Here to Enroll for PG Medical Target Pack to Get Test Series For AIPG & Other PG Medical Exams and Counseling Guidance For College Selection.
The round 3 of AIPGMEE 2015 Counselling started on May 12, 2015 with the choice filing round and concluded on May 19, 2015 with publication of seat allotment result. Dr.Bipin Batra, Executive Director of National Board of Examinations (NBE), shared that in AIPGMEE 2015 a total 31,040 candidates qualified to participate in online counselling for All India 50% quota seats based on cut-off for different categories of candidates.
According to Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) officials, the unfilled seats of MD/MS/Diploma were returned to respective state medical colleges. Maharashtra state was returned 186 seats which is the highest number of returned seats among all the states. It is followed by Gujarat and West Bengal with 130 and 121 seats returned respectively to the two states.
Likewise last year, this year also the highest number of seats were returned to Maharashtra. A total of 186 seats were returned to the state as compared to 140 last year.
The state wise unfilled AIPGMEE 2015 seats of MD/MS/Diploma programmes is shown in the graph given below.
Branch Wise Seats Vacant after AIPGMEE 2015 Counselling Round 3:
Radio-Diagnosis, General Medicine, Pediatrics and Orthopedics were among the most sought after subjects during AIPGMEE 2015 counselling. The maximum numbers of seats were vacant in M.S. (Anatomy), followed by M.D. (Physiology), M.D. (Anaesthesiology), etc. The graph below shows course wise number of unfilled seats after AIPGMEE Counselling Round 3.
MD/MS Vacant Seats in top Medical Colleges of India:
As per the AIPGMEE counselling Round 3 data, MD/MS and Diploma seats in many popular colleges remained vacant this year. Maulana Azad Medical College and University College of Medical Sciences (UCMS), New Delhi had a total of 18 unfilled seats. The graph below shows the vacant MD/MS/Diploma seats in popular medical colleges of India.
Rank wise AIPGMEE 2015 cut off for MD/MS/Diploma Programmes:
The AIPGMEE 2015 rank wise cut off for MD/MS/Diploma programmes for unreserved category was 21823; while for OBC, the cut off was 21941.
The graph below shows cut off rank of AIPGMEE 2015 for all MD/MS/Diploma courses for various categories:
AIPGMEE is a national level entrance exam conducted by National Board of Examinations (NBE) every year for admissions to post graduate medical programmes across India. The AIPGMEE is conducted for admission to 50% All India quota seats of MD/MS/Diploma, in various Government medical colleges of India except PG Medical Colleges of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Jammu & Kashmir.
Highlights AIPGMEE 2015 Counselling Round 1, 2 & 3
MD (Radio-Diagnosis) emerged as the top choice with 40 candidates among the top 100 making it their choice of PG subject. While MD in General Medicine emerged as the second most favored subject with 28 candidates, MD in Pediatrics opted by 10 candidates made it to the third spot. Pediatrics has been followed by Orthopedics with10 and Master of Surgery with 3 candidates. The top 2 seat allotment was made for MD (Radio-Diagnosis) in Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi.
AIPGMEE 2015 Counselling Round 3:
AIPGMEE 2015 Counselling round 3 held for seat allotment process of 1325 MD/ MS/Diploma seats in medical colleges of India. Among the 1325 seats, 968 are left due to non-joining, 145 because of resignation, 146 due to inclusion of newly created seats/ seats not included in counselling round 1 and 65 un-allotted seats up to counselling round 2.
A comparative analysis of AIPGMEE 2015 and AIPGMEE 2014 is as follows:
Number of candidates registered for the exam
Number of candidates who actually took the exam
Number of candidates who qualified as per the qualifying criteria
Number of candidates who were qualified to participate in online counseling for All India 50% quota
Number of MD/MS/Diploma Seats
Number of Questions
Stay tuned to medicine.careers360.com for more news and feature related to AIPGMEE 2015
NEET PG 2020 – MCC has extended last date for reporting of NEE...
Assam PG Medical Admission 2020 - DME, Assam has released exte...
Haryana PG medical admission 2020 - The Haryana PG Medical 202...
MP PG medical admission 2020 - DME, MP has released Eligible C...
Jharkhand PG Medical Admission 2020 - JCECEB has released mop-...
Questions related to NEET PG
I qualified in neet pg markes311 where I get pg seat
As you have mentioned that you have secured 311 marks in neet pg. So your rank would be around 50000+. So, it seems difficult to get a government seat as the no of seats are less. However, cutoffs change every year. For more information you can predict your college through our neet pg college predictor.
Here is the link:
Will Neet Pg 2021 be postponed?
As of now there is no news about postponing neet pg 2021. As per the official guidelines made by UGC neet pg 2021 exam will be conducted in first week of January 2021.Admit cards will be released in fourth week of December .Neet results will be declared in the fourth week of January.
I hope you are clear with the above information.
All the best!
Howmuch mark a foreign medical graduate who belongs to general category should score in mci screening exam to get eligibile for neet pg? and howmuch marks rank approximately he need to score in neet pg to get a ms general surgery seat?
My documents up b ed jee2020entranc exam user id and password and registration number sab kho gye hy koi bhi prof nhi ab admit card kaise nikale. Registration ho hya hy
I got 128 marks in neet pg can I get admission in mds
To know more about neet mds click below
Hope this helps
Mint and jasmine are suckers Or stolons?
Mint is an example of stolon because these have horizontal orientation on the stem and grow along the soil surface ie., they grow horizontally but jasmine is not stolon it is a runner because of the reason that it grows above the ground which means runner is a type of stolon and runner spread on the surface of the ground and grows over the soil.
Hope this Information is helpful