Despite significant reductions in cutoffs, vacant seats persist in both PG and UG medical courses, highlighting a systemic challenge in filling these crucial educational positions.

Vacant seats persist due to various reasons such as students' preferences for specific colleges

247 PG medical seats & 485 MBBS seats vacant in India.

Impact of NEET PG Cutoff Reduction

The lack of coordination between state and central counseling systems results in seat hoarding.

Urban Preference & Infrastructure Concerns

Financial Constraints and Alternative Paths

Specialty Preferences in PG Courses

Administrative delays play a significant role in leaving seats vacant despite eligible candidates being available. 

Several factors contribute to seat vacancies, such as college preferences, differences between clinical and non-clinical courses, administrative challenges, and changing demands for various medical specialties.