The online counselling for the All India Postgraduate Medical Entrance Exam (AIPGMEE) 2014 concluded on June 4. But many of the seats were left lying vacant.
Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) had conducted the AiPGMEE 2014 online counselling from February 18 to May 31.
MCC has conducted the counsellling to fill 50% of All India Quota seats in medical and dental colleges.
The final list of the alloted candidates was released on June 27. MCC also released the list of unfilled seats in medical colleges across the country in July 4.
According to MCC, a total of 845 PG medical courses seats were left vacant in colleges across India. MCC has returned the unfilled seats to the respective state.
The Executive Director of National Board of Examination (NBE), Dr Bipin Batra, said that 30,495 out of 44,442 candidates had qualified for online counselling.
Around 94 of MD in Physiology seats were left vacant. Around 29 PG courses seats were left vacant in B.J Medical College, Ahmedabad, which was highest number of seats left vacant in a single medical college.
Maharashtra state in top position, having 140 seats vacant. This is followed by Gujarat with 99 and Tamil Nadu with 73 seats lying vacant.