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DE Online Desk
The admission test for medical colleges under 2023-24 academic sessions will be held on Friday (Feb 9,2024).
The examination will be held simultaneously at 44 venues in 19 centers across the country from 10:00 am to 11:00 am.
In a press conference, Health and family welfare minister Dr Samanta Lal Sen revealed the information on Thursday (February 8).
He said this year the number of seats in 37 government medical colleges is 5,380 and the number is 6,295 seats for 67 private medical colleges.
The minister also said that digitization in admission process has been introduced to bring transparency, stop harassment and irregularities in MBBS admission process.
The completion of online admission process and digitization in last few years in government medical colleges have stopped the leakage of question papers, he added.

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