State wise details of PG seats in India

State wise details of postgraduate seats in the country 

Sl. No. State Total 
1 Andhra Pradesh -- 2648 
2 Assam -- 362 
3 Bihar -- 440 
4 Chandigarh -- 38 
5 Chhattisgarh -- 79 
6 Delhi -- 1111 
7 Goa -- 74 
8 Gujarat -- 1585 
9 Haryana -- 274 
10 Himachal Pradesh -- 146 
11 Jammu & Kashmir -- 363 
12 Jharkhand -- 187 
13 Karnataka -- 3161 
14 Kerala -- 1146 
15 Madhya Pradesh -- 629 
16 Maharashtra --2996 
17 Manipur -- 72 
18 Meghalaya -- 8 
19 Orissa -- 434 
20 Pondicherry -- 368 
21 Punjab -- 1003 
22 Rajasthan -- 871 
23 Sikkim -- 22 
24 Tamil Nadu -- 2255 
25 Tripura -- 25 
26 Uttar Pradesh -- 1315 
27 Uttaranchal --123 
28 West Bengal -- 1115 
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Total 22850 

1.At present, there are 362 medical colleges in the country, out of which 168 are in Government sector and 194 in private sector. The intake capacity for MBBS course of these medical colleges is 45629 annually and 22850 for postgraduate courses 

2. 4 states Andhra,Maharashtra,karnataka and TN combined have nearly half the seats(approx 11000) for PG while the rest 24 states combined has same no. of seats it clearly shows the imbalance of seats in the country 

3.In order to increase the number of MBBS and PG seats in the country, the Central Government has rationalized the Medical Council of India (MCI) Regulations in terms of land requirement, bed strength, bed occupancy, maximum admission capacity, increase in age of teaching faculty, utilization of district hospitals for establishment of new medical colleges in the government sector and increase in teacher students ratio for PG courses. This has resulted in increase in 10262 undergraduate seats and 7585 PG seats during the last three years i.e. 2010-11 to 2012-13.

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