Old rule puts Rajasthan's private colleges’ MBBS pass outs i
An anomaly in the law has made it hard for students from private medical colleges in the state to gain admission in government institutes for higher studies. Only students from government medical colleges are considered for 50% quota reserved for students from the state. The 829 PG seats in the state's government institutes are filled on the basis of 50% from the All-India quota and 50% from the state.

The students who have done their MBBS from the state university and have scored well in NEET-PG, demand an accommodation in the state quota.

The Health Minister is examining the matter to see how to make the necessary amendment so that there is no unfair discrimination