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Ahmedabad: Students aspiring for admissions through management quota in medical colleges will now be able to fill a single form and access the common pool of seats from all self-financed medical and dental colleges, said health minister Nitin Patel, after a meeting with the deans and management of self-financed colleges.

Sources in the health department said admissions to the management quota pool will be handled by a committee separate from the Admission Committee of Professional Medical Educational Courses (ACPMEC). This committee will have government representative and one member from each self-financed college.

These admissions, however, will now be based on NEET scores and marks attained in class XII science will not be taken into count. The entire process will be conducted from BJ Medical College under a monitoring committee. Fees for these seats will be decided later by the fee regulatory committee, said officials in the health department.

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Currently, there are 556 seats in 14 self-financed medical colleges, and 240 seats in 11 self-financed dental colleges, under management quota. Seats under the quota have jumped to 25% of total seats (from earlier 10%) after the NRI quota (15% of seats) was abolished by the state government by a notification.

“We have requested the Union government to conduct the NEET examination in Gujarati and we are hopeful of a solution on this issue,” said Patel, speaking about the language barrier faced by students from the state board in NEET.
The management in different self-financed medical colleges were also informed that if there were no takers for the management quota, the government will request the Medical Council of India and the Union government to lower the qualifying criteria from the existing 50%. As per MCI guidelines, a student has to get 50% marks in class XII as well as NEET examination to qualify. Officials said that there is a chance that the fees for these seats may be fixed at the mid-point between average management quota fees and NRI quota fees. For example, if the management quota fee in a college was Rs8 lakh and the same for an NRI quota seat was Rs 15 lakh, the new fee for management quota will be approximately Rs12 lakh.
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