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Seat Matrix for Deemed Universities/ Central Universities

Today, the Medical Counseling Committee (MCC) has released the seat matrix for deemed universities/ central universities. I have taken the data from MCC web site and presenting here in an easy to read format.

Seat Matrix for Deemed Universities/ Central Universities

Source: http://www.mcc.nic.in/MCCUG_dem/seatmatrix.aspx

In total, there are 6350 seats available in deemed universities and central universities for 2017-18 counselling. Interestingly, three-fourths of these colleges come from three major states, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. Maharashtra has the most number of seats (1796 seats), followed by Tamil Nadu (1500 seats) and Karnataka (1353 seats).

Though NRI seats are not clearly mentioned in the seat matrix given by MCC, I have assumed 15% of seats in most colleges are allocated for NRIs. There are 823 NRI seats. The general practice is if the colleges cannot find adequate NRIs to fill these seats, then they will convert these seats to local residents.

Two colleges have seats for minority. Yenepoya Medical College in Karnataka has 57 seats for Muslims minority. Smt.B.K.Shah Medical Institute & Research Centre of Gujarat has 64 seats for Jain minority.

Disclaimer

I have taken enough care to ensure the information from MCC is translated as it is. You are requested to use this as a guide. But, for any decision making, please refer to the official MCC web site and the respective University web sites. The information here may not be regularly updated in line with any changes intimated by MCC. So, please check MCC web site regularly for any updates.

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