Tamil Nadu MBBS Admissions 2018 there are no new medical colleges or seats

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Tamil Nadu MBBS Admissions 2018 there are no new medical colleges or seats

Its stated that Tamil Nadu is not to have additional MBBS seats at this year on this existing colleges and will also have new medical colleges to current academic year. Number of seats to be retained the same as previous year admissions.

Non additional of new seats and colleges has created a negative buzz around parents and students at Tamil Nadu especially after problems created by NEET exam in last year. Keeping NEET into the mind students is said to have prepared beforehand and wrote entrance tests. Students who have wrote NEET exams to be eagerly waiting for total marks along with board exam results that are exceeding 25000 at number more than last year.

Increase in Medical aspirants said to have surely lead to imbalance in total admissions of MBBS course as there is no further increase in colleges or seats. Entry is said to very tough as one can imagine average to rise up to 5 points into the cut off marks for grabbing up medical seat. Students who are from all over Tamil nadu were on alert zone after 2017 NEET issues happened at the state. So financial expenditure and hard work in terms of NEET and Board Exam were at peak in 2018.

Christian Medical Colleges (CMC) of Vellore has gone up for the decision of surrendering the entire medical seats to the state government for this year’s admissions. Its great consolation is only college which is said to have stopped admission last year raising up positive voice against NEET is CMC Institution Education.

State selection committee secretary, G Selvarajan conducted up a meeting will all private institutions’ administrations about submitting 35% to 50% seats for the state quota. This  meeting don’t any opposition or resentment stated that the State selection committee senior official.

2900 Seats of the 21 Government Colleges and 150 seats of the state-governed Rajah Muthiah College; 1450 seats from 12 self-financing colleges. From all these total the State government which will surrender 15% of seats to the Centre for admission under All India Quota through directorate general of health services.

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