Clearing the confusion over counselling of vacant medical seats, the Supreme Court has directed state governments to fill 178 medical seats-left vacant after state counselling of reverted 15% all India quota seats-on the basis of NEET scores. The court, further, ordered that the counselling process must be completed by October 7, 2016.
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“We may hasten to clarify; the states shall not treat them (vacant seats) as seats which have been reverted to the state quota from All India Quota but fill them by taking the merits in All India Quota. Needless to say the whole thing shall be completed by October 7, 2016,” reads the SC order. The court order came after a write petition filed on the issue.
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Previously on September 23, 2016, the Supreme Court had directed Medical Counselling Committee to surrender the 15% all India quota seats left vacant due to non –joining or resignation by allotted candidates after the second round of counselling to the respective states.
The vacancy position of 15% All India Quota MBBS and BDS seats received from various states of the country after September 30, 2016 is as follows:
Vacant Seats in MBBS/BDS
Balance of 15% AIQ MBBS and BDS seats remaining after state counselling
31 (21 MBBS and 10 BDS)
68 (41 MBBS and 27 BDS)
28 (3 MBBS and 25 BDS)
178 (113 MBBS and 65 BDS)
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