After NEET Result, Now Govt Halts Admission to 150 Medical Colleges

CBSE recently declared the result for National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2018. But after the declaration of NEET Result 2018, Government halts the admission of Medical aspirants in more than 150 colleges in India. Creating panic amongst the students of NEET 2018, Government along with MCI (Medical Council of India) have denied giving approval for medical courses to almost 150 colleges.

As much as Rs. 20,000 crores have been at stake with this decision of Government & MCI. Even students who have cleared NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) 2018 and seeking admission in good medical colleges have to wait for some more days. Know more details of the halt and admission process in Medical colleges for the year 2018 below.

After NEET 2018 result, Govt Halts Admission in 150 Medical Colleges

Although a huge number of students aspiring to be a Doctor have cleared their first step with National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2018 result. Following which, the candidates can enrol themselves to get admission in any good medical college in India. But Government along MCI has barred to the renewal application of 82 colleges for affiliation and rejected the proposal of 68 new medical colleges.

In last few years, MCI has been accused of taking bribes for the granting of affiliation to the colleges. But in 2018 the decision of the rejection of these much medical colleges for admission process has come out as a shock for the students.

Now What has been expected from NEET 2018 Aspirants

The rejection of 150 medical colleges from the admission of medical aspirants for the year 2018 means almost losing 15000 medical seats. NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) 2018 will find it hard to reserve a seat for themselves after clearing the exam as well. The competition is going to get tough for the NEET 2018 qualifier as the number of medical colleges in India has been reduced for this year after this decision. For sure the decision of halt of 150 medical college admission for the year 2018 will force students to move out of India in countries like- Russia, China and more other countries.

We wish all the luck to NEET (National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test) 2018 qualified students and hope for the best for their future.

Source: India Today


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