Even after five rounds of counseling, private college seats remained unfilled.
Amar Ujala Bureau
Even after five rounds of counseling in the state, 481 AYUSH college seats remain unfilled. There are 335 open seats for the Bachelor of Ayurveda Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), 82 for the Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery (BHMS), and 64 for the Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery (BUMS). These are all seats from private medical colleges.
335 open seats in BAMS, 82 in BHMS, and 64 in BUMS.
There are 501 seats in 12 Government Ayurvedic Medical Colleges and 5010 seats in 58 private colleges under AYUSH. There are 828 seats available in nine state homoeopathic medical colleges and 200 in four private colleges. Similarly, there are 128 seats in two Government Unani Medical Colleges and 670 in 18 private colleges. In the first and second counseling’s, government sector seats were filled. However, five-stage counseling has been used to fill the seats of private colleges. Despite this, 481 seats remain unfilled. Private college operators are concerned in this situation. According to college operators, they will have to spend according to the seat on resources ranging from teachers to running the college. The seat will be in crisis for the next year due to a lack of resources. A double crisis has arisen in front of them in such a situation