MP: 2nd day of Centralised Counselling at Mahatama Gandhi Memorial Medical College
INDORE: The Mahatama Gandhi Memorial Medical College (MGMM) has continued its second day of centralised counselling with more number of students from day one. Mahatama Gandhi Memorial Medical College (MGM) is holding counselling to fill over 700 seats in six medical colleges.
A total of 300 students have reported for counselling.
Speaking with TOI, Counselling coordinator, Dr Sanjay Dixit said, "The entire process has been streamlined. There is no resistance from private colleges/universities now. Counselling is going smoothly. Admission will be allotted to candidates once scrutiny is done."
As per the sources, due to the lack of communication between the directorate of medical education (DME) and aspiring medicos created confusion during the counselling session, "DME office could have emailed checklist to the candidates appearing in counselling or advertised in newspapers. Many do not know about the counselling schedule. Students could have been alerted via SMS. This gap led to poor turn out and hassles in the counselling."
While only a few students have adhere to the 20-point checklist for admission.
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