Pakistan medical commission authority has announced the latest notification as the official PMC notification attached regarding PMC Vacant Seats Admission 2023. The council has approved the PMC Special policy for the new admission of available PMC Vacant seats for the academic year 2023.
The (PMC) Punjab Medial Commission has reviewed and approved the vacant seats for the Medical and Dental Council according to the current status. Check the PMC Vacant Seats through the below link. Pakistani medicine Commission (PMC) through Medicine and Dentistry Undergraduate Education (Admission, Curriculum, Behavior) last year 2022.
PMC Vacant Seats Admission 2023 Official Notification
Regulations have been informed by the public and private medical and dental colleges in relation to the Admission process, timelines, and procedures for conduct From admission for the 2023 cycle.
Islamabad as press released and PMC notification attached. For the 1st time in the country’s history, no more than 28 percent or 5,873 seats were filled in the public sector and private medical and dental colleges this year.
PMC Vacant Seats Admission 2023 5873 Seats in Medical ETC
In view of this situation, the (PMC) Pakistan Medical Commission has approved a special policy for filling the vacant seats for the 2021-2023 sessions. PMC Vacant Seats Admission 2023 official notification. PMC 5873 Seats in Medical and Dental college are vacant this year. PMC seats for Sindh, Balochistan, Islamabad, and AJK detail.
|PMC Seats in College|
|Sr||No of Seat||Province|
|5||51||Azad Jammu and Kashmir|
Under this policy, colleges, which did not upload lists of admitted students, were allowed to upload them by February 18. After that date, PMC will offer vacant seats to eligible students who have not been accepted.
This is a 1-time placement that will be permitted/submitted strictly on the basis of merit to confirm that all admissions are completed by 28/02/2023. According to a document for PMC Vacant Seats 2023 available with www.astoryline,com 1,566 seats are vacant in Sindh, 1,331 in Punjab, 72 in Baluchistan, 58 in Islamabad, and 51 in Azad Jammu and Kashmir.