MGIMS Wardha is a leading medical institution in India. It offers Post Graduate Degree as well as Diploma courses. MGIMS PG Admission 2017 is on merit basis. Ranks/scores in NEET PG exam are being accepted by Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Wardha, for PG Admission 2017-2018. Eligible and interested candidates can submit form and check seat allotment results.
The matter of PG admission at the Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Sevagram is before the Hon’ble High Court of Judicature at Bombay, Nagpur bench and came up for hearing on 04 April 2017 and an order was passed. Further process would begin after the final judgment is delivered in the matter by the Hon’ble high court and will be notified on MGIMS website.
MGIMS PG Admission 2017
Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Sevagram is also known as MGIMS Wardha and is one of the top ranked medical colleges in India. Get here complete details of MGIMS PG Admission 2017 such as dates, eligibility, application form, merit list.
Schedule for the MGIMS PG Admission 2017 is given below.
|Application form released on||17 Feb 2017|
|Last date till which forms will be accepted for MGIMS Wardha||15 Mar 2017|
|Display of merit list||31 Mar 2017 (8:30 AM Onwards)|
|First round of counselling/admissions||07 Apr 2017 (8.30 AM to 5.00 PM)|
|Second round of counselling/admissions (last round)||17 Apr 2017 (8.30 AM to 5.00 PM)|
|Commencement of academic session||02 May 2017|
A Candidate must be an Indian National and must have declared eligible by National Board of Examination, New Delhi for NEET PG – 2017.
To be eligible for selection to Medical Postgraduate courses a candidate belonging to General Category must secure minimum of marks at 50th percentile and candidates belonging to constitutional reservation category and constitutional reservation category with person with disability (PWD) claim must secure minimum of marks at 40th percentile in NEET-PG 2017. Person with disability (PWD) form general category must secure minimum of marks at 45th percentile in NEET-PG 2017. The candidate who has failed to obtain the minimum eligibility percentile /marks as prescribed in NEET PG 2017 shall not be admitted to any Postgraduate courses in the said academic year 2017-2018.
First preference will be given to a candidate who possesses MBBS degree from Maharashtra University of Health Sciences and has completed one year compulsory rotatory internship. In exceptional cases students from other universities will be considered, subject to MCI rule in case PG seats remain vacant at the end of normal selection cycle.
Must have permanent registration with the State Medical Council / MCI.
Constitutional: 50% seats are reserved for the candidates belonging to the following categories:
- Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Caste converts to Buddhism (SC) – 13.0 percent
- Scheduled Tribes (ST) – 7.0 percent
- Vimukta Jati (VJ/DT A ) – 3.0 percent
- Nomadic Tribes ‘b’ (NT1)(before Jan 90) – 2.5 percent
- Nomadic Tribes ‘c’ (NT2)(Dhangar) – 3.5 percent
- Nomadic Tribes ‘d’ (NT3)(Vanjari) – 2.0 percent
- Other Backward Classes (OBC) including SBC* – 19.0 percent
Applicants belonging to Special Backward Category: Hon’ble High Court Mumbai had stayed admission to Special Backward Category as a separate quota and therefore, vides Government Circular from Social Welfare, Cultural Affairs and Sports Department No. CBC-1095/WS/264/BCW-5 dated 24th October 1995; the persons belonging to Special Backward Category (SBC) are to be considered as OBC candidates.
Verification of original certificates and Allotment of seat
All the candidates should be present at the Committee Room of the Dean’s Office on the date & time given in the admission notice for the current year with original certificates and one set of attested photo copy of the certificates.
The Selection shall be on the basis of merit prepared with NEET PG 2017 Score /Marks and personal appearance at the time of counseling. The above rules covered in items numbers 5 to12 shall be applicable to all selections.
Selection will not solely depend on the merit in the NEET PG 2017 examinations but shall be subject to the final selection of the candidate by the selection committee. However, the counseling with the selection committee does not carry any marks
A candidate absent at the time of the first counseling will not be considered for admission and will not be eligible for any subsequent counseling for that academic year.
A candidate who is present but does not opt for a seat (if available) in the first counseling will not be eligible for any subsequent counseling for that academic year.
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