AFMC PG Admission Eligibility Criteria 2017
The following eligibility criteria shall be applicable:-
Admission to the postgraduate medical courses at AFMS institutions, subject to the priorities laid down in the prospectus is open to graduates of medical colleges recognized by Medical Council of India and who have registered themselves as Registered Medical Practitioners with any State Medical Council recognized by MCI. Students who have completed/are completing internship by 31 Mar 2017 are eligible to apply however the Provisional registration certificate / Permanent Registration certificate should be available at the time of admission.
The candidate must be a citizen of India.
Foreign students sponsored by the Government and approved by the DGAFMS should have passed their MBBS / equivalent examination (Authority: Govt of India, Ministry of Defence letter No F/PC- 8510/DGAFMS/DG-1/345/2013/DI (Med) dated 6th March 2013.).
Maximum permissible age for Priority – V (civilian candidates) will be 35 years as on 30 Apr 2017.
A candidate shall not be eligible if he/she has cancelled or failed to report for admission in the past which has resulted in lapse of a seat.
A candidate who is already pursuing any PG course shall not be eligible for admission to PG course.
The number of candidates to be admitted in any discipline during the academic session 2017 – 2020 will be determined by the number of post-graduate teachers available, the student-teacher ratio and any other criteria laid down by the Medical Council of India and affiliated University from time to time. However, the exact number of available seats in each priority will be displayed on the website before the start of counseling for that particular Priority.
All candidates, irrespective of Priority, once admitted to a particular degree course on conclusion of counseling process will not be permitted to change over to another subject.
Maximum permissible age for civilian candidates (Priority V Candidates) shall be 35 years as on 30 Apr 2017.