While lakhs of medical aspirants are awaiting the re-examination for AIPMT, Bihar has decided to go ahead with the MBBS counselling in the state. The counselling for 807 seats in nine medicinal colleges of the state will begin from June 29, as per Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (BCECEB) sources. Taking all things together, there are 950 seats however 15% seats in every school are saved for All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) candidates led by CBSE. These seats won't be tallied amid advising.
The Supreme Court has withheld the AIPMT comes about and coordinated CBSE to lead the test once again.
The general 950 seats incorporate 150 in PMCH and 100 every in Nalanda Medical College and Hospital, Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Sri Krishna Medical College and Hosptial (Muzaffarpur), Anurgrah Narayan Magadh Medical College (Gaya), Darbhanga Medical College and Hospital, Government Medical College (Bettiah), Pawapuri Medical College (Nalanda) and Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College and Hospital (Bhagalpur). Four seats in every therapeutic school are saved for Center's chosen people aside from Darbhanga where five seats are held.
Like a year ago, this year too it is being accepted that around 75 saved seats out of 125 may go empty as the SC/ST hopefuls have not scored the qualifying imprints for the confirmation. The base qualifying imprints for the saved seats is 40. The BCECEB has kept in touch with the wellbeing division to accept an approach this.
A year ago, the saved class understudies dispatched a tumult, compelling the state wellbeing division to bring down the bar. The division needed to succumb to the weight and needed to bring down the bar subsequent to taking consent from Medical Council of India (MCI).