AFMC PG Merit List 2017 will be published by AFMC Pune. Merit List of AFMC PG 2017 draws upon the Result of NEET PG 2017. Admission to PG Medical programmes at AFMC Pune and other AFMS training institutes is in fact through a centralized counselling. Candidates have to firstly submit testing ID or roll number in the Application Form of AFMC PG 2017. Armed Forced Medical College (AFMC) receives entrance exam scores and compiles merit list for the purpose of admission. Here, candidates can check the AFMC PG Merit List 2017 for AFMC/AFMS Admission 2017 Through NEET PG 2017. AFMC PG Merit List 2017 for Priority I, II, III, IV, V are made available one by one.
Latest Updates – Score and Priority Rank of AFMC PG Admission 2017 is now published. Check below.
AFMC PG Merit List 2017
Candidates who wish to get admission in AFMC Pune / AFMS are able to apply online from 17th January 2017. They can register until 6th February 2017 and submit online application form by 8th February 2017. Also pay fees on or before 14th February 2017. If you have applied for AFMC PG Admission 2017 then you can check AFMC PG Merit List 2017 on 23rd February 2017.
AFMC PG Merit List 2017 will show merit position. In other words it will indicate the relative rank of candidates among all applicants for AFMC MD/MS Admission 2017.
Important dates for AFMC PG Merit List 2017
|Announcement of AFMC PG Merit List 2017 (Priority III, IV, V)||23 Feb 2017|
|Online counselling commencement date||Mar 2017|
Check AFMC PG Score and Priority Rank 2017 Here
Here we will provide link to check the Score and Priority Rank of AFMC PG 2017.
Check Score and Priority Rank here – Click here to check AFMC PG Score and Priority Rank issued by Armed Forces Medical Services.
AFMC Pune will publish merit list for Priority III, IV, V candidates on the same date. There could however be separate lists for each since criteria for them are different.
This is what each of the categories signify.
- Priority I – AFMS Officers detailed on advance specialist course / other courses.
- Priority II – Government sponsored Foreign students.
- Priority III – Para Military Organization / other GOI organization sponsored medical officers.
- Priority IV – Ex SSC AMC Officers.
- Priority V – Civilian candidates willing to serve in Armed Forces Medical Services (AFMS).