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67, 352 MBBS and 32, 518 PG Medical seats in India: Minister appraise Parliament Date:18th Mar 2018 March 18, 2018 New Delhi: Recently, through a written reply to a question in Lok Sabha Minister Of State (Independent charge) Smt Anupriya Patel informed about the Increasing of UG and PG Medical seats. As per information provided by Medical Council of India, there are a total 10, 41, 395 allopathic doctors registered with the State Medical Councils/Medical Council of India as on 30th September, 2017. Assuming 80% availability, it is estimated that around 8.33 lakh doctors may be actually available for active service. It gives a doctor-population ratio of 1:1596 as per current population estimate of 1.33 billion. The Government has taken various steps to increase the number of Allopathic doctors. These efforts include- 1. Enhancement of maximum intake capacity at MBBS level from 150 to 250. 2. Relaxation in the norms of setting up of Medical College in terms of requirement for land, faculty, staff, bed/bed strength and other infrastructure. 3. Strengthening/upgradation of State Government Medical Colleges for starting new PG courses/Increase of PG seats. 4. Establishment of new medical colleges attached with existing district/referral hospitals, 5. Strengthening/ upgradation of existing State Government/Central Government Medical Colleges to increase MBBS seats. 6. 6. The ratio of teachers to students has been revised from 1:1 to 1:2 for all MD/MS disciplines and 1:1 to 1:3 in subjects of Anesthesiology, Forensic Medicine, Radiotherapy, Medical Oncology, Surgical Oncology and Psychiatry in all medical colleges across the country. Further, teacher: student ratio in public funded Government Medical Colleges for Professor has been increased from 1:2 to 1:3 in all clinical subjects and for Asso. Prof. from 1:1 to 1:2 if the Asso. Prof. is a unit head. This would result in increase in number of specialists in the country. 7. Enhancement of age limit for appointment/ extension/ re-employment against posts of teachers/dean/principal/ director in medical colleges from 65-70 years. 8. DNB qualification, as well as Foreign qualification, have been recognized for appointment as faculty to take care of shortage of faculty. Central Government increases UG & PG seats every year implementing the above mentioned measures. UG and PG seats as on 28.02.2018 Sl. No. State/UT UG PG 1 Andhra Pradesh 4750 1869 2 A& N Islands 100 0 3 Assam 726 518 4 Bihar 1350 665 5 Chandigarh 100 552 6 Chhattisgarh 1100 119 7 Delhi 1100 2529 8 Goa 150 107 9 Gujarat 3830 2034 10 Haryana 1450 574 11 Himachal Pradesh 650 226 12 Jammu & Kashmir 500 438 13 Jharkhand 350 215 14 Karnataka 8845 4068 15 Kerala 4150 1423 16 Madhya Pradesh 2600 890 17 Maharashtra 7270 3902 18 Manipur 200 207 19 Meghalaya 50 22 20 Orissa 1350 726 21 Pondicherry 1200 652 22 Punjab 1275 708 23 Rajasthan 2650 1475 24 Sikkim 100 22 25 Tamil Nadu 6850 3089 26 Telangana 3750 1628 27 Tripura 200 30 28 Uttar Pradesh 6349 2089 29 Uttarakhand 800 251 30 West Bengal 2700 1490 31 AIIMS 707 0 32 JIPMER 150 0 TOTAL 67352 32518
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