Management quota MBBS seats : India

{ Posted on 11:01 PM by V.C.Dave }

Management quota MBBS seats : India

Management Quota admission in MBBS in India – Scope for bright future
There are more than 50% of medical colleges in India which are private
medical college. The government has given good option to run such
private colleges with NRI (Non-Resident Indian) Quota and Management
Quota admission where low percentile students can get admission with
high fees. Each private medical colleges have 25% such reservation for
high fees. In these 25% of quota, 15% is reserve for NRI Quota
admission and 10% reserve for management quota admission. So if
medical college has 100 seats inputs, than 15 seats for NRI admission
quota and 10 seats for management quota admission.
The NRI admission rules and regulation is posted on NRI page
The management quota admission rules are different in college to
college. The general eligibility rules are as follow
1.      Minimum age of 17 years
2.      Candidates having 50% marks together in Physics, Chemistry &
Biology at 10+2 level or any equivalent exam and must have English as
a subject
These are minimum requirements. Third important requirement is the
finance. You need to decide the budget for your child. The fees under
management quota depend on the college quality. Good colleges charges
high and average colleges charges lower. But usual range for this year
is 25 lack INR to 40 lack INR.
Under this category if student is studying in any other bachelor
degree or after completing any bachelor degree like B.Sc. or any other
can also join the course. Even at any age you can join medical
college. Now there is no upper limit of age or stream. This is really
great news for those who could not become doctor in past and now they
can join medical college under this management quota.
The Info MBBS is helping you for many such innovations in medical
college admission. We are not the agent of any college or the
university. But we are just guide and providing information to the
clients. You can use our services because –
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2.      We will help you to list out colleges as per your priorities and your budget.
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directly contact to the college.
4.      As you match your requirements, we will help you for admission as
per the seats availability.
5.      For management quota admission and NRI quota admission you have to
pay fess directly to college.
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Re-registration of doctors by MCI

{ Posted on 9:59 AM by V.C.Dave }

MCI wants the line listing of Doctor – source Times of India

Medical Council of India is confused with the total doctors available
in India. As per record of MCI, on April 2011, in India some 840,678
register medical practitioners. This is total registered doctors. In
India, MCI is registering once to each pass out doctors and there is
no re-registration or re-validation system. So there is not track
record of those doctors who died, left country or retired from
profession. In this scenario, it is very difficult to say actual
number of doctors in India.
To solve this issue, MCI has suggested re-registration system to
Ministry of Health. There are some states in country that has system
of re-registration like Maharastra, Kerala and Delhi. This is really
important move to know the status of doctor population in country. As
per record we go, the doctor population ration in India is 1 per 1700.
But we don’t know about the left country doctors, died doctors and
retired professionals. So it is really important move of MCI to get
track of each doctors. Union Ministry of Health should support this
important regulation without delay.