Those seats were missed and were opted as preferences by students, the incident took place after the declaration of seat matrix, worried parents sent multiple emails to MHT CET CELL, 7344 medical seats were available for State govt.
A mysterious incident happened in the Maharashtra Postgraduate Medical seats admission matrix. Aspirants got anxious when they found no seat allocation and sought their 1000 seats missing. National Medical Commission had allotted 7,344 seats to MUHS under the Maharashtra govt in June. An official from CET yesterday confirmed that no college has the right to seat allocation without MUHS approval.
The students who opted for those subjects in their preferred form found no seat during seat allocation for PG Medical courses. The seats lost are 1000 in numbers in eight colleges. These colleges include six private colleges, with one private dental college and one govt. College. The aspirant and parents have raised questions regarding the permission on the seat matrix.
The students and parents, through multiple emails to MHT SET CELL asked in anger, “Are MUHS and CET cell hand-in-gloves to remove these seats aiming to push the candidates to fill the seats in private or deemed universities.” Aspirants demanded to cancel the first round of seat allotments to reallotment the seat according to their choice of preferences.
A parent, Brijesh Sutaria, raised a mind stroking question and alleged MUHS’s role in the scam “According to All India Quota (AIQ) 50-50 % seats have been shared by National Medical Commission (NMC), then why Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) delayed in granting the approval to the colleges ?”.
Another parent said that if NMC had allotted the seat in June, then there was no reason for MUHS to delay the approval.