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There are still many problems in the studies in the medical colleges of the state, neither seats have increased nor admission is allowed.

It is not clear whether the state’s Palamu Medical College and Hazaribagh Medical College will get admission in this session. At the same time, in MGMCH Jamshedpur and PMCH Dhanbad, only 50 seats will be admitted this year. At present, the permission to increase the seats in these two colleges has not been received by the National Medical Commission.

On October 4, Additional Chief Secretary, Health Department, Arun Kumar Singh has written a letter to the National Medical Commission expressing gratitude for allowing admission in Dumka Medical College. Along with this, a request was made to allow admission in Hazaribagh and Palamu Medical Colleges.

However, even after 15 days, no concrete decision has been taken by the NMC in this matter. At the same time, in the interview conducted this month to remove the shortage of medical teachers in medical colleges, once again the government is not able to find doctors. Whereas, the result of MBBS entrance exam has been released.

Now soon the process of counseling for admission will start. After that the admission process will start. Due to the severe outbreak of Corona last year, the process of admission was started in the first week of December, whereas earlier the process of admission was completed by the end of September.

Infrastructure has also been adequately strengthened in Hazaribagh and Palamu Medical College. The Additional Chief Secretary, while sending the details of resources to the NMC, said that less than 98 percent of the infrastructure in Hazaribagh Medical College while 96 percent in Palamu Medical College has been completed.



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