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NEET UG, NEET PG, MBBS Seats: Before the start of applications for the medical entrance exam NEET UG 2024, the Central Government has given the latest details of MBBS seats. Apart from UG, details of Medical PG seats are also given. Union Health and Family Welfare Minister Mansukh Mandaviya, in response to a question in the Lok Sabha, said that after 2014, MBBS seats in the country have also increased by 112 percent. During this period, the number of medical PG seats has also increased by 127 percent. There are 108940 MBBS seats in 706 medical colleges of the country whereas before 2014 there were 51348 MBBS seats. He said that the number of medical colleges in the country has increased from 387 (which was in 2014) to 706. Similarly, in 2014, PG seats were 31185 which has now increased to 70674.

Apart from this, the number of medical colleges has increased significantly during the last five years which was 499 in the year 2018-19. It has reached 648 in the year 2022-23. Also MBBS seats were 70012 in 2018-19. It will increase to 96077 in the year 2022-23. PG seats were also 39583 in the year 2018-19. It will increase to 64059 in the year 2022-23. State/UT wise details of number of medical colleges, MBBS seats and PG seats for the year 2018-19 and 2022-23 can be seen below.

MBBS Seats State Wise, both government and private
1. Andaman Nicobar- 114 seats in 1 medical college
2. Andhra Pradesh – 6485 seats in 37 colleges
3. Arunachal – 50 seats in 1 medical college
4. Assam – 1550 seats in 5 medical colleges

5. Bihar – 2765 seats in 21 medical colleges
6. Chandigarh – 150 seats in 1 medical college
7. Chhattisgarh – 2005 seats in 14 medical colleges
8. Dadra Nagar Haveli – 177 in 1 Medical College

9. Delhi – 1497 seats in 10 medical colleges. (1247 seats in 8 government medical colleges and 250 seats in 2 private)
10. Goa – 180 seats in 1 medical college
11. Gujarat – 7150 seats in 40 medical colleges.

12. Haryana – 2185 seats in 15 medical colleges.
13. Himachal – 920 seats in 8 medical colleges.
14. Jammu Kashmir – 1339 seats in 12 medical colleges

15. Jharkhand – 980 seats in 9 medical colleges.
16. Karnataka – 11745 seats in 70 medical colleges
17. Kerala – 4655 seats in 33 medical colleges

18. Madhya Pradesh – 4800 seats in 27 medical colleges.
19. Maharashtra – 10845 seats in 68 medical colleges.

20. Manipur – 525 seats
21. Meghalaya – 50 seats
22. Mizoram – 100 seats
23. Nagaland – 100 seats
24. Odisha – 2525 seats in 17 medical colleges
25. Puducherry – 1830 seats
26. Punjab – 1800 seats in 12 medical colleges.

27. Rajasthan – 5575 seats in 35 medical colleges.

28. Sikkim – 150 seats
29. Tamil Nadu – 11650 seats in 74 medical colleges.

30. Telangana – 8490 seats in 56 medical colleges.
31. Tripura – 225 seats

32. Uttar Pradesh – 9903 seats in 68 medical colleges.

33. Uttarakhand – 1150 seats in 8 medical colleges.

34. West Bengal – 5275 seats in 35 medical colleges.

State wise details of NEET PG seats (NEET PG Seats In India)
1. Andaman Nicobar – 0
2. Andhra Pradesh – 3568
3. Arunachal Pradesh – 0
4. Assam – 738
5. Bihar – 1229
6. Chandigarh – 585
7. Chhattisgarh – 589
8. Dadra and Nagar Haveli – 0
9. Delhi – 2938
10. Goa – 137
11. Gujarat – 2910
12. Haryana- 897
13. Himachal – 356
14. Jammu Kashmir – 657
15. Jharkhand – 263
16. Karnataka – 6,449
17. Kerala – 1945
18. Madhya Pradesh – 2,348
19. Maharashtra – 6074
20. Manipur – 255
21. Meghalaya – 37
22. Mizoram – 0
23. Nagaland – 0
24. Odisha – 1234
25. Puducherry – 1034
26. Punjab – 792
27. Rajasthan – 3288
28. Sikkim – 34
29. Tamil Nadu – 5134
30. Telangana – 3112
31. Tripura – 91
32. Uttar Pradesh – 4220
33. Uttarakhand – 1832
34. West Bengal – 2088

157 new medical colleges approved
Under the Centrally Sponsored Scheme (CSS) for setting up new medical colleges by upgrading district/referral hospitals, 157 new medical colleges have been approved, out of which 108 are already functional. CSS for upgradation of existing State Government/Central Government Medical Colleges to increase the strength of MBBS and PG seats for increase of 4977 MBBS seats in 83 colleges with an approved cost of Rs 5972.20 crore, Phase-I amounting to Rs 1498.43 crore. Assistance has been provided to increase 4058 seats in 72 colleges with an approved cost of Rs. 65 crores and to increase 4000 PG seats in Phase 2 by Rs. 65 crores with an approved cost of Rs. 4475.25 crores in Phase 2.

UG courses started in 19 out of 22 AIIMS
The Union Minister said, ’22 AIIMS have been approved under the Central Sector Scheme for setting up new AIIMS. Of these, graduate courses have been completed in 19. To meet the shortage of faculty, DNB qualification has been recognized for appointment as teaching faculty. Appointment/service extension/re-appointment to the posts of teachers, dean principal, director in medical colleges; The age limit for employment has been increased to 70 years.