3877 seats of MBBS and 4058 seats of PG will be increased

3877 seats of MBBS and 4058 seats of PG will be increased, the government gave the account of medical colleges and seats

3877 seats of MBBS and 4058 seats of PG will be increased: Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya said on Thursday that in the last eight years, the number of MBBS seats in the country has increased by 87 percent, while the number of seats in medical PG has increased by 105 percent.

3877 seats of MBBS and 4058 seats of PG will be increased

Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya said on Thursday that in the last eight years, the number of MBBS seats in the country has increased by 87 percent, while the number of seats in medical post graduate courses (PG) has increased by 105 percent.Talking to reporters in the Parliament House complex, Mandaviya said that since 2014, many steps have been taken in the country in terms of quality education for the young generation.He said, “The number of medical colleges in the country has almost doubled today.In 2014, where there were 387 medical colleges.Today there are 648 medical colleges in the country.

Mandaviya said that since 2014 alone there has been an increase of 96 per cent in government medical colleges and a 42 per cent increase in the number of private sector medical colleges.He said that at present out of 648 medical colleges in the country, 355 are in government sector and 293 are private. 

Mandaviya said, “MBBS seats were 51,348 in 2014, which is expected to increase by 87 per cent to 96,077 in 2022.Similarly, PG seats in medical courses were 31,185 in 2014, which has increased by 105 percent to 63,842 in 2022.

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3877 MBBS and 4,058 PG seats will be increased
He said that with the idea of ​​creating 10,000 MBBS seats in government medical colleges, 58 medical colleges in 16 states Colleges have been approved and with these the number of MBBS seats will increase by 3,877.He said that in the first phase, 72 medical colleges in 21 states and union territories have been approved for increasing PG seats and 4,058 PG seats will be increased.

He tweeted, “The country is getting good doctors.Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government has made efforts to provide opportunities for education to all people, it is being appreciated in the country.

He said that more than 4.5 lakh toilets were built in 2.5 lakh schools of the country.As a result, the dropout rate among girls has come down from 17 percent to 13 percent.     

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