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Fees for 50% of seats in private medical colleges will be equal to those charged by the state government.

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Peeyush Ghalot
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Good news has arrived from the Madhya Pradesh government for students who would be taking part in the MP State Combined Counseling 2022 for NEET PG. Madhya Pradesh's Medical Education Department has stated that tuition for 50% of the state's private medical colleges will be on par with those of public medical colleges. All such qualified and qualified NEET PG 2022 candidates who wish to participate in the Madhya Pradesh State Level Combined Counseling are hereby informed that admission to 42.5% of the total number of private medical college seats will be based on the government medical college's prescribed fees, with the exception of the 15% NRI quota seats. Admission to the remaining 42.5% of seats will be based on annual fees set by the Madhya Pradesh Private University Regulatory Commission or the Admission and Fee Regulatory Committee. There are 612 medical colleges in the nation, of which 322 are government-run and 290 private, according to information provided by Health Minister Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya in a written response to a question posed by Drs. Heena Gavit (BJP) and Shrikant Eknath Shinde (Shiv Sena) in the Lok Sabha. There are private colleges included. For the 2022–2023 session, there are around 92,000 MBBS seats available, of which 48,000 are in government colleges and 44,000 are in private institutions. Merit-based admission to medical colleges will be the norm. Government medical colleges will receive top priority from the students, followed by private medical colleges (at a price set by the government) and any open seats in private colleges.

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