The online counselling round for admission in government and private medical colleges through all India National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) ended and the offline mode of counselling started on Thursday.
Around 450 students from Indore and other places of Madhya Pradesh and beyond have been admitted in the medical colleges of the city.
The all India seats in the government Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College of Indore which were reserved for candidates seeking admission through the NEET score were filled up by the end of the counselling round.
"All the reserved seats for the all India candidates were filled up in the NEET counselling round," said a college source. There are 23 all India quota seats in the only medical college of Indore.
There are 63 seats each in the two private medical colleges of the city: Sri Aurbindo Institute of Medical Science and Index Medical College.
However, the exact admission status in the private colleges could not be known as the final list was not available. Just as the online counselling for NEET concluded, the directorate of medical education of the state started the offline counselling for the remaining seats in MBBS and BDS courses in government and private colleges. "The offline mode of NEET counselling is being conducted at Bhopal today," said PMT coordinator for Indore, Dr S Wankehede. 10, 500 students from Indore had appeared in the Pre Medical Test (PMT) this year while around 11,000 students from the city appeared in the NEET examination.
There are total 450 seats in the MBBS course in the city's three medical colleges including both private and government. The offline mode of NEET counselling would conclude on Friday.