After the completion of all India quota seats allotment by the Directorate General of Health Services or DGHS, a total of 166 seats have been surrendered to the state of Tamil Nadu. The important point is there are as many as 345 vacant seats available in the PG medical courses in the medical colleges in TN.
As the students have not taken up their allotted seats, as many as 179 seats in the TN State quota had remained vacant. It is now said that the second round of counselling for seats in the medical and dental courses in the medical colleges in TN would be held from Saturday, 27th April 2019.
It must be noted that this second round counselling also include counselling for seats in the popular Rajah Muthiah Medical College. On 30th of April, counselling for the management quota seats would take place in the self-financing institutions.
The important information gathered is the Directorate of Medical Education or DME had announced that all candidates who have applied for state quota seats are eligible to take part in the counselling. It is worthy to note that candidates who need re allotment would be benefited by this. It is known that there are as many as 30 government based medical colleges in the state of Tamil Nadu.