Post quotas, open category PG medical students have less than 100 seats

  • | Friday | 15th March, 2019

More than 4,100 aspirants have registered for these post-graduate seats, of whom close to 55% are from the open category. MUMBAI: Only a small number of seats in popular post-graduate medical courses will be left for open category students following reservations for Marathas and economically weaker sections of society. We are just saying that meritorious students should not be in the minority with all the reservations. A total of 4,166 of the 7,000 students who qualified from the state registered for PG admissions. We are just asking for equal opportunity,” said Tendulkar.Parents of PG medical aspirants had gathered for a public meet to discuss their future course of action.

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