MH PGM CET 2016 Result was declared on 22 Feb 2016 & Final Merit list has been declared on 05 Mar 2016. DMER Maharashtra conducted the Post Graduate Medical Common Entrance Test on 24th January 2016. Result & Merit list of DMER Maharashtra PGM CET 2016 has been now announced. Check the result, state merit list, and marks below on this page.
MH PGM CET Merit List 2016
The Competent Authority has declared the State Merit List of eligible candidates on the basis of the marks obtained by the candidate at the PGM CET-2016.
For In-Service Candidates, of Medical /Dental the Competent Authority will prepare a State Merit List separately indicating State Merit List number, name, marks scored, category, category merit number, of the candidate. The same is made available to the respective Authorities / Establishments (DHS, ESIS, BMC), and also available on the Website of DMER “www.dmer.org”.
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Non in Service – Check Here
To be eligible for selection to Medical Postgraduate courses a candidate belonging to General category must secure not less than 50% Marks and candidate belonging to Constitutional Reservation category & Constitutional Reservation category with Persons with disability (PWD) claim must secure not less than 40% Marks at PGM CET 2016. Persons with Disability (PWD) from General category must secure not less than 45% Marks at PGM CET 2016.
MH PGM CET Result 2016
MH PGM CET 2016 was conducted on 24 Jan 2016 for MD, MS and Diploma Courses by DMER Maharashtra. Date of declaration result and other information is given here. Candidates can now check result from here. Candidates can check the schedule for result from below.
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|Date of Examination||24 Jan 2016|
|Online display of question paper||27 Jan 2016|
|Declaration of Provisional Result / marks||22 Feb 2016|
|Declaration of Final State merit list||05 Mar 2016|
Declaration of Results Marks
The Competent Authority shall evaluate the answer sheets and declared the provisional result/ marks scored by candidates of PGM CET on DMER website on 22 Feb 2016 after 6:00 PM. The candidates should go through the copy of result/marks by login at website www.dmer.org.
In case of any typographical error in result, regarding name, age, gender, category etc. it will be corrected at the time of document verification.
There will be no rechecking/ revaluation of answer sheets. However the candidate can apply for verification of marks to the Competent Authority by 26 Feb 2016 in prescribed form (Annexure – H) along with fees of Rs.1000/- (Rupees One Thousand Only) to be paid by Demand Draft in favour of “COMMISSIONER, STATE CET CELL, MUMBAI” payable at Mumbai and drawn on any nationalized/scheduled commercial bank. The candidate will be given photocopy of the answer sheet and model answer key after verification by Speed post.
State Merit List is declared on 05 Mar 2016 on the website of DMER.
The Candidates will have to download statement of marksheet from the website of DMER from 05 Mar 2016 onward. till to cut-off date of admission process. Marksheet will indicate State Merit List number, name, marks scored, category and category merit number of the candidate.
Tie-Breaker for PGM CET 2016
Determination of the Inter-se-merit of candidates obtaining equal PGM CET marks. In case of two or more candidates obtaining equal marks in the PGMCET-2016, the inter-se-merit of such candidates will be determined in the order of preference as under:
- The candidate with higher aggregate marks (converted into percentage) at First, Second and Third M.B.B.S. Examination (Part-I & II) taken together shall be preferred. If the tie still persists,
- The candidate with higher aggregate marks (converted into percentage) at Third M.B.B.S. Examination (Part-I & II) will be preferred. If the tie still persists,
- The candidate with higher aggregate marks (converted into percentage) at Second M.B.B.S. Examination will be preferred. If the tie still persists,
- An older candidate will be preferred over a younger candidate.
- While considering I, II, III MBBS marks and aggregate for above purpose, grace marks and/or NSS marks will not be taken into account.