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50% PG seats in Madhya Pradesh medical colleges reserved for government doctors

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Bhopal: The state government has reportedly decided to reserve 50 percent postgraduation medical seats of government autonomous medical colleges and 50 percent of government quota postgraduation seats in private medical colleges for doctors serving in state-run hospitals and health centres.

“There is a perpetual scarcity of doctors in state hospitals. To fill the vacancies, the cabinet has decided to reserve PG medical seats for those medical students who work for the government,” Health Minister Narottam Mishra has been quoted by ToI as saying.

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