GMC submits proposals regarding enhancement of MBBS, PG seats - watsupptoday.com
GMC submits proposals regarding enhancement of MBBS, PG seats
Posted 15 May 2019 05:41 PM

Government Medical College (GMC), Jammu submitted three fruitful recommendations in regards to improvement of MBBS seats from existing pool of 150 to 165 under 10% Economically Weaker Section (EWS) plot reported by Government of India for the session 2019-20.

Two separate recommendations, one under 10% EWS conspire and the other proposition under the Regular Enhancement of PG seats with modified understudy educator proportion for the scholastic year 2020-21, was submitted today to Government of India and Medical Council of India.

Under the 10% EWS plot, it is normal that MBBS seats and PG seats will increment in different subjects subject to the endorsement of MCI and Government of India in the current pool of MBBS (150) and PG (173) situates in Government Medical College, Jammu. Under these plans, Government of India will give the assets worth Rs 1.2 crore per seat to the organization.

Thus, with reference to Board of Governors in supersession of Medical Council of India Notification No. MCI-18(1)/2019-MED./100889 Dated fourth April, 2019 in regards to amended Postgraduate Teacher Ratio, presently Professor for all clinical and non clinical offices will be entitled for three PG seats, Associate Professor from both clinical and non clinical strengths will be entitled for three PG seats on the off chance that they are qualified for the post of Professor however couldn't be elevated due to non accessibility of post. In the clinical side Associate Professor who is unit head will be entitled for three PG seats.

The Nodal Officer and his group presented all the three proposition with complete documentation and gave over to Principal, Government Medical College, Jammu Dr Sunanda Raina who deputed the worried for accommodation of the equivalent at the Office Secretary, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India and Secretary, Medical Council of India.

Dr Sunanda Raina said these proposition, whenever acknowledged by Government of India and MCI will add to the current quality of the undergrad and postgraduate authority human asset which will go long route in further updating the medicinal services arrangement of this establishment and of the province of J&K.

It merits referencing here that at present admission limit of GMC Jammu for MBBS understudies is 150 and for Postgraduate it is 173.

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