Proposal for 50 per cent reservation in PG medical courses receive mix response

While some experts have show obligation to the suggestion, some experts are of the opinion that such reservation are not necessary as there are already 50 per cent seats reservation for such candidates in the states.


The proposed Indian Medical Council (Amendment) Bill 2016 has, of late, received mixed response from the stakeholders and several other experts. In the IMC Amendment Bill 2016, the states and the union territories (UTs) proposed a 50 per cent seat reservation in the post graduate medical courses in government medical colleges for government medical officers who have worked in remote places for three years and more.


While some experts gave a nod to the suggestion, others are of the opinion that such reservation are not necessary as there are already 50 per cent seats reservation for such candidates in the states.
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