Jagran Correspondent, Dehradun. There is good news for MBBS doctors who are looking to pursue post graduation qualification. The options of MD-MS in Doon Medical College have now increased. The college has got the recognition of 14 seats in different subjects. Last year there were 17 PG seats in the college, whose number has now increased to 31. Admission will be given in this session.

Doon and Doon Women’s Hospital was converted into a medical college about six years ago. The college started with 150 seats of MBBS. Along with this, facilities and resources also kept increasing here. In such a situation, PG PG in some subjects including Anatomy, Physiology was also started here in non-clinical last year. However, there was no choice of clinical subjects.

According to Dr. Ashutosh Sayana, Principal of the college, the options for youth have increased with the introduction of PG in clinical subject. At the same time, the number of specialist doctors will also increase in the future. He informed that 14 seats have been recognized in six subjects. Apart from this, the recognition of four seats of medicine is still pending. The college management has gone to appeal regarding the recognition of medicine. Hope it gets its recognition as well. After which there will be 35 PG seats in the college.

These seats got recognition

Surgery-5

ENT-2

Anesthesia-2

Gynecology and Obstetrics-2

Pathology-2

Biochemistry-1

This seat was till last year

Physiology-5

Pharmacology-4

anatomy-3

Microbiology-3

Community Medicine-2

MBBS seats will also increase

MBBS seat can also increase in Doon Medical College. At present there are 175 MBBS seats, which is to be increased to 200. The proposal from the medical college has been sent to the National Medical Commission. According to the principal, the faculty and other resources are sufficient in the college. In such a situation, there will be no problem in increasing the MBBS seat. It is expected that from the next session, the college will enroll in 200 MBBS seats.

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Edited By: Raksha Panthri