The Assam cabinet seeks a 10% NRI quota in MBBS seats, as well as an increase in reservation for six communities

Ayush Katiyar
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The seats will be reserved annually after the 15% All India quota, Central pool, North Eastern council quota, and Royal Government of Bhutan quota seats are deducted.


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The Assam cabinet has recommended reserving 10% of total MBBS seats for NRI/NRI-funded students who have passed NEET UG. The seats will be reserved annually after a 15% deduction. Seats from the All India Quota, the Central Pool, the North Eastern Council Quota, and the Royal Government of Bhutan Quota.


There will also be an increase in reservations for six OBC, and MOBC category (non-creamy layer) communities. There will be an increase of three seats per child from tea garden/ex-tea garden communities or tribes, with 22 for the Brahmaputra Valley and eight for the Baruk Valley. Moran, Matak, Tai Ahom, Chutia, and Koch Rajbongshi are all names.


As a result, the number of seats for children of tea garden/ex-tea garden communities/tribes will increase from 27 to 30, Moran and Matak communities will now receive 8 seats each, one of which will be for BDS, Tai Ahom will receive 10 seats, one of which will be for BDS, Chutia and Koch Rajbongshi will receive 9 and 13 seats, respectively, with one seat each for BDS in both communities.


For MBBS seats, there is a 10% EWS quota in six medical colleges: Guwahati, Dibrugarh, Silchar, Johrat, Tezpur, and Barpeta.