Mumbai, May 14 -- With the Supreme Court upholding a Bombay high court (HC) decision to exclude reservation for Marathas in post-graduate (PG) medical admissions this year, the number of seats for general category students for medical courses has increased to 615 from 339, and to 100 from 33 in dental courses.

The state common entrance test (CET) cell issued revised seat matrices indicating the castewise distribution of PG medical and dental seats to be filled by the state, including state quota seats in private and government colleges as well as the all-India quota seats left vacant after the Centre's admission process.

The seats earlier earmarked for Maratha students under the Socially and Educationally Backward Classes (SEBC) have now ...