City Colleges First To Get All Seats Filled In Medical Counselling

Published: 22nd June 2014 07:51 AM  |   Last Updated: 22nd June 2014 07:51 AM   |  A+A-

CHENNAI: Chennai’s Madras Medical College and Stanley Medical College were the first to see all of their seats filled during the medical counselling this year. The third on the list of medical colleges to get filled fast, was again the city’s Kilpauk Medical College which is left with only two more seats to its quota,  in the SCA category as well.

The fourth day of MBBS Counselling witnessed all the seats in the OC,BC, BCM and MBC categories getting filled up.

MBBS seats in government medical colleges under the SC categories were also filled while there are only a few seats remaining the category in the Tamil Nadu Government Dental College and in the self financing colleges’ seats.

On Saturday, 348 students were alotted MBBS and BDS seats. The cut off mark of the last student was 194.75.

The marks have been calculated by reducing the marks scored in the class 12 examination in Physics, Chemistry and Biology to 200 points.

On Sunday, the last day of the first phase of counselling, has 62 MBBS seats in government colleges, 11 BDS seats in the Government Dental College and  87 seats in the Self- Financing colleges.

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