Around 25 MBBS seats are lying vacant in the medical colleges of Chhattisgarh.
After the conclusion of medical counselling, nearly 25 government quota MBBS seats in private colleges remain vacant.
A total of 613 MBBS seats are available for admission in the state, including 550 seats from 5 government medical colleges and 63 seats in private medical colleges.
According to the officials, 550 seats in government colleges are filled, but the 25 seats in private college of Chandulal Chandrakar Medical College (CCMC) are lying vacant.
This year, All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) 2014 scores were used for filling the medical seats in the colleges of Chhattisgarh. Around 20,000 students have appeared for the AIPMT from the state, out of which only 760 students qualified. [AIPMT 2014 Counselling: 858 seats left vacant]
These remaining seats will be filled soon as migration of students happen from one college to another. If in case of government quota seats in private colleges remain vacant, those seats will be converted into management seats and surrendered to the colleges. Those seats will be filled by college itself.
In 2013, around 32 seats were left vacant and later those were converted into management seats.