In FY 2023–24, 50 new institutions will increase the number of medical undergrad seats in India to one lakh

The Union Health Ministry has received 6 appeals from the 40 medical colleges that were de-recognized, despite the National Medical Commission (NMC) reducing seats at 9 medical colleges for failing to follow regulations.

With the establishment of 50 new medical schools in FY 2023–24, India will have over one lakh seats for medical undergraduate programmes spread over 702 medical institutions.

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The creation of 20 government-run and 30 privately-run medical institutions in 14 states and one union territory has resulted in an increase of 8,195 undergraduate medical seats for the current fiscal year.

These are the 50 brand-new medical schools:

The Union Health Ministry has received six appeals from the 40 medical colleges that were denied recognition, despite the National Medical Commission (NMC) reducing the number of seats at 9 medical colleges for failing to follow the law.

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