NEET 2017: MCI Banned 67 Medical Colleges for 2017-18 Session

Jul 2017 Source: MOTACHASHMA

NEET 2017: MCI Banned 67 Medical Colleges for 2017-18 Session as per the latest notice of the Medical Council of India (MCI). Total 67 medical colleges have been prohibited from giving admission to students in Bachelors of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) course. This year total 11,38,890 students had appeared for the NEET exam, including 1,522 NRIs and 613 foreigners. The NEET Result 2017 was declared on 23 June 2017. Candidates who are interested in getting admission in medical colleges should check the status regarding grant of permission by the Central Government to the colleges from the official website of Medical Council of India. Candidates should take admission in the medical college only after verifying the status of the permission said MCI advisory.

List of Banned/Debarred Colleges by MCI


The MCI has listed the list of the 67 colleges indulge in the misleading practices for the 2017-18 Session Admission. The list contains 67 Colleges that are debarred out of which 18 Colleges have been permitted for the admission against the allowed intake. Check the complete list of the debarred colleges below.

MCI Banned 67 Medical Colleges - Controversies surrounding the News


As per the latest notice from MCi some colleges assuring students admission in their medical course had demanded capitation fee. Students are advised not to be misled by any such false statements made by these college authorities because these activities are illegal. This was the reason behind the debarring the colleges, MCI said.

  • Colleges from various states, including Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Haryana, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Punjab, etc. that have not been granted permission for admitting students for the academic year 2017-18 and 2018-19.
  • In another advisory published by MCI recently, the body had asked the students to follow the common counselling either done by the Directorate General of Health Services, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India for 15% all India quota seats in Government Medical Colleges of the contributing states and for all MBBS seats in Medical Colleges run by Deemed Universities or by the Designated Authority of the State/Union Territory Government in respect of MBBS seats in Government Medical Colleges and Non-Governmental Medical Colleges, reported NDTV.

MCI has also warned the students not to take admission without the common counselling as it will be regarded illegal. This year NEET examination was surrounded by controversies. Two supervisors and two exam centres in Greater Noida and Chandigarh where NEET 2016 exam was conducted, aided few students to cheat. The Indian Express claims that according to the charge sheet a detailed conspiracy was hatched to help students cheat.

Also last month NEET was in the news for hacking the online-conducted exam across centres in the country. Students had also alleged of bribes being used to give seats to deserving candidates and they demanded a CBI probe into the matter. NEET examination is already been a tiring experience for the aspirants and it’s essential that the admission process is conducted smoothly. Those students who have cleared the NEET exam should not face any more difficulties in getting admission in colleges.

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