Bhubaneswar: Odisha Joint Entrance Examination Officers (OJE) on Wednesday said that 79 unfilled medical seats from the All India Quota (AQQ) have returned to the state quota.

OJEE, which is conducting the medical consultation process, will give only 85 per cent medical seats to the national quota of 15 per cent. Upon entry into the national quota, the left seats will be handed over to the state.

There are about 1513 MBBS and BDS positions in seven government and three private medical colleges in Odisha. Of them, 1330 fall under the state quota and 183 are AIQ seats. After the AIQ allocation, these 79 seats returned to the state quota.

After the first round of consultations, 276 medical positions were left for admission. After adding AIQ, the total number of vacant seats is 355. Candidates can download the allotment papers on 12th December after the second round of publication. They can accept the seat by paying an admission fee and downloading a temporary admission card between December 13 and December 15.

The tentative date for Spot Round Counseling is December 20th.


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