Medical College Seats In State Remain Vacant

| Updated: December 27, 2022 11:15 am

The Admission Committee for Professional Courses (ACPC) on Monday announced that the new round of admissions that began on December 21 for the newly approved 18 new pharmacy degree and diploma colleges in Gujarat was over. The ACPC has admitted 300 students in the new round.

The ACPC was to admit 50 percent of the government quota seats from the total available seats in these colleges. The newly-approved institutes have about 1,700 pharmacy seats.

According to the committee figures, at the end of the second round of admissions, 210 seats in government colleges had remained vacant. These government college seats include 78 seats for degree and 132 seats for diploma courses.

As per the admission committee figures, 1,868 seats had remained unoccupied in self-financed pharmacy colleges.

Sources said that as of Monday, about 2,500 seats have remained vacant in the state, including government and self-financed colleges.

The colleges will have to complete admissions latest by December 31.

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