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MCI sanctioned to fill 700 seats in medical colleges

Jaipur. Good news for medical students of the Jaipur. Medical Council of India (MCI) has given permission to fill up 700 medical seats in government and private medical colleges in the state. Now there are a total of 2700 medical seats.
The news has also paved ways for Jaipur National University to admit 250 medical aspirants in their Institute for Medical Sciences and Research Centre, Jaipur.
The Institute has definite standards of imparting medical education with its world-class laboratories backed by the most advanced technologies, animal simulations and huge patient pool. The institute instils the pedagogy of “learning by doing” under the mentorship of Senior Doctors. Research is the main crux of the curriculum which kindles the young minds to explore a variety of new technologies for treating serious ailments.
The Medical College is dedicated to enable high academic standards and consistently promote the quality of learning and teaching methodology. The College has 8 preclinical and para-clinical departments of Biochemistry, Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, Pharmacology, Microbiology, Forensic Medicine and Community Medicine. The departments are well-equipped and has distinctive research labs. Lecture Theatres are equipped with modernised facilities and e-learning tools such as LCD projectors, Wifi, over-head projectors, Collar mikes etc. Last but not the least, the College has well-furnished Central Library with additional 11000 books, National and International journals, computer lab with internet facility, skill development lab and computer simulation programmes for teaching undergraduate program ...

News Release: MCI sanctioned to fill 700 seats in medical colleges
Submitted on: May 15, 2019 01:48:55 PM
Submitted by: Jaipur National University
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