More than half seats remain vacant in dental colleges of Maharashtra & Karnataka

The central government has extended the admissions deadline for undergraduate medical and dental seats till January 15 to fill up all vacant seats across the country. The Dental Council of India (DCI) has also extended the admissions deadline for the Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) course until January 31

According to the information shared by the state common entrance test(CET) cell, almost 35% of seats-852 seats out of 2,400 seats in private dental colleges in Maharashtra remain vacant as of January 8.

The country has almost total 313 dental institutes and Karnataka has 44 seats.In Karnataka also nearly 60% BDS seats are vacant.

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