New Delhi. The Delhi Medical Council (DMC) has given great relief to the students who have returned after studying MBBS Abroad. For these students, Delhi Medical Council has arranged 587 seats in government and private hospitals of the capital. Earlier only 42 seats were available for these students in government and private hospitals of Delhi. Last week itself, the NMC decided to increase the internship seats for MBBS students who have cleared the Foreign Undergraduate Medical Examination (FMJE). The Delhi Medical Council on Tuesday said that the seat availability for internships has been increased in PG institutes providing DNB training. Under this, 142 seats in DDU Hospital, 70 in ESI Hospital Basaidarapur Punjabi Bagh, 150 in Hindu Rao Hospital, 40 in Northern Railway Hospital, 30 in RML Hospital, 20 in Batra Hospital, 25 in BLK Hospital, 40 seats in Holy Family Hospital, Jaipur Arrangements have been made for 20 seats in Golden, 30 seats in Sir Ganga Ram Hospital and 20 seats in St. Stephen’s Hospital.