AFMS PG Medical Admission 2021: Dates, Registration, Merit List, Counselling
AFMS PG Medical Admission 2021 - Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) and Directorate General Armed Forces Medical Services (DGAFMS) will conduct the admission to AFMS PG 2021. Only aspirants who will qualify NEET PG entrance exam will be allowed to appear for AFMS PG medical admission. To qualify NEET PG 2021 exam, aspirants need to secure the minimum qualifying percentile to pass the exam. AFMS PG medical 2021 registration will begin at mcc.nic.in/PGcounseling. AFMS NEET PG 2021 application form can be filled in online mode only. Through AFMS PG medical admission 2021, as many as 352 candidates will be granted admission to Doctor of Medicine (DM) and Masters of Surgery (MS) seats.
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While filling the application form of AFMS PG medical 2021, aspirants need to provide their personal, academic, registration, internship and other asked details. Along with the registration, candidates need to provide their preferences of colleges and specializations in which they wish to take admission. Based on the choices filled, seats available, NEET PG result 2021, reservation criteria and other details, the admission to AFMS PG medical 2021 admission will be done. Read the article on AFMS PG medical admission 2021, dates, application form, eligibility, merit list, counselling, cutoff and other details.
AFMS PG Medical Admission 2021 - Overview
Armed Forces Medical Services (AFMS)
NEET PG 2021
Exam conducting authority
National Board of Examinations (NBE)
Counselling conducting authority
Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) on behalf of Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) and Directorate General Armed Forces Medical Services (DGAFMS)
AFMS PG 2021 medical admission - Important dates
Online registration start date
To be notified
Online registration last date
|To be notified|
Merit list (Priority-wise)
|To be notified|
Counselling for priority I and II
|To be notified|
Counselling for priority III
|To be notified|
Counselling for priority IV
|To be notified|
Counselling for priority V
|To be notified|
AFMS PG Medical Admission - Priority/Category for Admission
The authorities have divided the seats available for AFMS PG medical admission 2021 among different priorities. Candidates must note that the counselling procedure for different priorities will be different. The eligibility criteria of AFMS PG 2021 will also be different for different categories.
1. Priority I - Currently serving officers of AFMS
2. Priority II - Foreign candidates who are sponsored by the Government of India. Such candidates will be accepted on the approval of Ministry of Defence/DGAFMS/Ministry of External Affairs
3. Priority III - Medical officers sponsored by Parliamentary Forces or other organisations of Government of India. For these candidates, it is mandatory that they furnish sponsorship certificates with subjects for sponsorship by the authority to be considered for counselling
4. Priority IV - This category is of officers who are ex-servicemen and have completed their contractual service Candidates in this category of priority can apply only if they have completed their contractual service on or after May 1, 2018, or before the last date. This does not apply for candidates who resigned/dismissed/removed from their services
5. Priority V - Civilian doctors who fulfil the eligibility criteria and are ready to serve AFMS for a duration of five years after having completed the course are eligible under this priority. Doctors under this category have to sign a bond of INR 29,00,000 to the Government of India for AFMS PG 2021 medical admission
AFMS PG medical eligibility criteria 2021
Candidates are required to fulfil certain eligibility conditions in order to qualify for AFMS PG medical admission 2021. In the points below AFMS PG eligibility criteria has been mentioned for candidate’s reference
Nationality - Candidates must be Indian citizen. This does not apply to Priority II category candidates
Age - There is a specific requirement in the age category for Priority V candidates only. Such aspirants must not be more than 35 years of age as on the specified date.
Degree - It is essential for all the candidates to possess MBBS degree from a recognised institution
Registration - Candidates must be holders of permanent or provisional registration certificate issued by the Medical Council of India (MCI) or State Medical Council (SMC)
Qualifying examination and percentile - As aforementioned, admissions will be granted on the basis of NEET PG score, thus candidates must secure minimum qualifying percentile as mentioned below.
AFMS PG Medical Admission 2021 - Qualifying Percentile
Minimum Required Percentile
|NEET PG cutoff scores (2020)|
SC/ST/OBC (including PwD of SC/ST/OBC)
AFMS PG medical application form 2021
The authorities will release AFMS PG 2021 medical application form at mcc.nic.in. Aspirants seeking admission in the said institute will have to register themselves online through centralised counselling. The authorities will conduct counselling for 15% All India Quota, Central and Deemed Universities, and AFMS institution. Registration form for AFMS PG medical admission 2021 will be available till the last date. Candidates must note that it is extremely important that candidates fill AFMS PG 2021 medical application form to be eligible to participate in the counselling process. After filling the application form of AFMS PG 2021 candidates will have to pay the application fee of INR 1000.
AFMS PG medical seat matrix 2021
Aspirants can go through the AFMS PG 2021 seat matrix in the image below for a better understanding of the total seats offered and specialization wise seats distribution. The seat matrix of AFMS PG medical admission can be checked below.
AFMS PG medical merit list 2021
The authorities will release AFMS PG 2021 medical merit list priority wise. Candidates who have their names included in the list are the ones eligible to participate in the centralised counselling process. Candidates must note that the medical merit list of AFMS PG 2021 will reflect the merit rank of candidates and on the basis of the latter candidates will be called for counselling. DGAFMS will release a total of five merit lists which means that each of the priority’s candidates will have a separate priority-wise merit list for them. Each of the merit lists will contain AFMS PG medical counselling 2021 details like venue, date and timings
AFMS PG medical counselling 2021
Aspirants will have to freshly register themselves on the official website of MCC to participate in AFMS PG 2021 medical counselling process. AFMS PG medical admission will be conducted on the basis of merit cum preference in offline mode. Candidates who qualify in NEET PG result 2021 and are included in the merit list will be called for the medical counselling of AFMS PG. There are certain documents that candidates are required to furnish at the time of counselling, particulars of these are mentioned in the points below.
AFMS PG medical counselling 2021 - Documents required
Six passport size photographs
Copy of NEET PG admit card 2021
AFMS PG medical registration slip
NEET PG scorecard 2021
MBBS pass certificate
Class 10 pass certificate (proof of date of birth)
Internship Completion Certificate
Permanent/Provisional Medical Council/SMC registration certificate
First to Final MBBS mark sheets
Transfer Certificate/Migration Certificate
Allotment Letter (will be made available after the conclusion of counselling)
Subject-specific certificate (only for Priority III candidates)
Release order from Armed Forces Medical Services by DGAFMS/concerned Medical Directorate and movement order from last unit (only for Priority IV candidates) - Click here
AFMS PG Medical Admission criteria 2021
The authorities concerned have laid down certain conditions that are important fulfilled by aspirants to ensure their admissions to AFMS PG medical seats. However, candidates must note that mere fulfilment of below mentioned requirements does not guarantee a seat in the said college.
AFMS PG 2021 medical admission is provisional and subject to ratification/confirmation by the university concerned and the office of DGAFMS
Selected candidates have to furnish additional documents required for medical admission of AFMS PG
Candidates must note that Commandant of the college’s decision in regard to admissions will be deemed final and binding
Aspirants are advised to keep their NEET PG 2021 admit card and registration slip safely and with multiple printouts till admission is granted to them.
AFMS Medical Admission 2021 - Details of bond
Civilian aspirants, under Priority V, will have to sign a bond for AFMS PG 2021 medical admission, details of which are given below:
Priority V candidates will have to sign a bond to serve as Short Service Commissioned (SSC) Officer for a tenure of five years with the Armed Forces Medical Services. Failing to do so they will have to pay an amount as sanctioned by the Government of India
The authorities will upload the format for the bond money on their official website, candidates are advised to go through the same. It is to be noted that the authorities concerned have full rights to make amendments in the bond amount at any time and if need be candidates will have to furnish new bonds to the Commandant of the college in which they take admission
Candidates will have to execute the bond in non-judicial stamp paper and register/notarise with the office of sub-registrar. They have to submit the same on the day of counselling at the counselling venue.
Any expense incurred in the due process has to be completely borne by the candidate himself, the authorities would not be responsible for reimbursement.
AFMS PG medical admission 2021 - Participating institutes
The list below mentions names of college who will be participating in the counselling process for admission through AFMS 2021 medical admission.
Armed Forces Medical College, Pune
Institute of Aerospace Medicine, Bangalore
INHS Asvini, Mumbai
Army Hospital (Research & Referral), Delhi Cantt
Command Hospital (Eastern Command), Kolkata
Command Hospital (Air Force), Bangalore
Command Hospital (Central Command), Lucknow
Command Hospital (Western Command), Chandimandir
AFMS PG Medical Admission 2019 - Useful links
To check the mop-up round additional list of provisionally eligible candidates (Priority III), click here
To check the provisionally eligible candidates of category III, IV and V, click here
To check the official notice on the mop-up round of counselling, click here
To check the seat matrix for priority V candidates, click here
To check the revised list of provisionally eligible candidates of priority IV - Click here
To check the balance seat matrix for priority III, IV and V in MD/MS courses, Click here
To check the list of provisionally eligible candidates of priority III, Click Here
To check the list of provisionally eligible candidates of priority IV, Click Here
To check the provisional merit list of AFMS PG medical admission, Click Here.
To check balance seat matrix for priority III, IV, V of AFMS PG medical counselling, click here
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Questions related to NEET
I am from Telangana. I have givey neet ug exam this year.I am securing 441 marks. I belong to st category.I also have cap quota. Do I have a chance to get a seat in top govt medical colleges in Telangana?
The NEET UG 2021 cutoffs for the various colleges would be released soon after the results. The NTA is expected to announce the results in a few days. Till then I am writing a list of colleges in Telangana in which you might apply considering your marks and category. Do note that these are expected cutoffs and the actual ones might vary from college to college and year to year. These are the state quota 85% cut offs:
COLLEGE RANK SCORE
- Apollo Institute of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad 83,339 450
- Bhaskar Medical college, Moinabad 91,265 441
- C Ananda Rao Institute of Medical Sciences, Karimnagar 89,863 442
- Dr Patnam Mahendar Reddy Institute of Medical Sciences 98,193 432
- Government Medical College, Mahabubnagar 69,386 469
- Government Medical College, Nalgonda 80,949 453
- Government Medical College, Suryapet 81,246 453
- Kamineni Institute of Medical Sciences, Narketpally 88,120 444
- Mamamta Academy of Medical Sciences, Bachupally 91,510 440
- RVM Medical College, Mulugu 95,102 436
- Surbhi Institute Of Medical Sciences, Siddipet 97,323 433
Hope this provides you with some idea. Till the results are out, you can check the rank and college predictors for NEET UG 2021 using the following links:
Sir,Can a SC student with anual income exceeding 8 lakh come under SC reservation cateogary in NEET medical admissions?
Yes, you are eligible for sc reservation.
This is because,
Reservation of sc/st is completely on the basis of caste and there's no income limit.
Income limit is there for only obc category.
Creamy layer OBC candidates are those whose parents annual income is more than 8 lakhs per annum and they are not eligible for reservation
obc ncl i. e Obc non creamy layer are those candidates whose parents annual income is less than 8 lakh per annum and they are eligible for reservation
So, being from SC category you are eligible for reservation even if your family income is above it lakhs per annum.
To help you further,
If I tell you about qualifying cut off marks then,
Cut off marks will be more or less similar to previous years and when we go through past year qualifying cut off trends then last 3 years qualifying cut off data is given below for reference :-
neet cutoff percentie
neet cutoff 2020 marks
neet cutoff 2019 marks
neet cutoff 2018 marks
obc or Sc or st
To get the complete list of colleges in which you have chances, you can go through our college predictor at
With the help of predicted colleges you can make better choice while filling your choices of colleges during your counselling
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which are the goverment aided or semi goverment college I can apply in neet 2021 .
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Im scoring 562 marks in neet 2021 ( general category bihar domicile) . Can I get any government medical College in West Bengal through AIQ ?
For you NEET UG score your expected Overall Percentile will be around Overall will be around 97.24 - 97.74 and your Predicted Rank is 39085 - 50235, th is analysis is done by experts and based on previous year's cut-off trends.
To predict your rank you below mentioned College Predictor Tool.
For your NEET UG score you have chances of getting seat in below mentioned Private Medical Colleges in Bihar either Government seat / Management quota seat for your NEET UG score.
IQ City Medical College and Narayana Multispeciality Hospital, Durgapur
KPC Medical College and Hospital, Jadavpur
Jagannath Gupta Institute of Medical Sciences and Hospital, Kolkata
But cut-off changes from year to year and depends on many factors like
*Number of seats available.
*Difficulty level of the exam.
*Number of students appeared in the exam.
*Caste Category of the students.
You can go through below mentioned link to know NEET UG cut-offs of Medical Colleges in West Bengal.
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I hope this information was helpful.
All The Best!!
neet exam information for topping
Your profile suggests that you are in class 11 so it seems you are going to start your preparation for neet.
It's quite difficult to understand your question but I am guessing, you mean how to prepare in order to top in neet.
To be able to top in neet you need to get rank 1 ,so you should target 720/720 to be on the safer side as there are instances when all India rank 1 has got full marks .
in NEET 2020, topper i. e all india rank 1 had scored 720 marks. Now there are two things you need to do to top in neet
First of all master your neet syllabus and
Second thing is practising mock test papers to avoid negative marking as many times we make silly mistakes and because of that we lose marks.
So you need to prepare well which you can do following the below mentioned tips:-
*Go well through ncert:- At least around 90-95% questions in neet are based on the concepts from ncert , go through solved examples and unsolved questions in the ncert , in biology study all the diagrams also , as diagram based questions are also there , so you need to master NCERT.
The top books which you can follow for the preparation of your NEET examination are provided below:-
NCERT Physics textbooks for Class XI and XII
Objective Physics for neet By DC Pandey
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NCERT Chemistry textbooks for Class XI and XII
Physical Chemistry by OP Tandon
MS Chauhan (Organic)
NCERT Biology Class XI and Class XII "-
NCERT at your fingertips by mtg for biology
Trueman's biology for 11th and 12th
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-------) practice questions:- after finishing each chapter you should practice numericals and mcqs .You should practise at least 80 to100 numericals and mcqs in Each chapter to master concepts so that you can solve numericals and MCQs easily.
-------) Short breaks :- take short breaks in between your studies, studying continuously can be brain tiring and it becomes difficult to focus and study with concentration, so take breaks to relax and refresh your brain.
-------) Make short notes:- You should make chapterwise short notes for each chapter and it should contain all the important concepts and formulas. These short notes will be a great revision tool for your examination.
-------) Set goals :- set daily goals like I have to cover these many topics today, weekly goals like I have to cover these chapters this week and solve their mcqs too by the end of this week and similarly set monthly goals to cover the syllabus and meet them without any fail.
-------) Follow a routine or timetable :- you can make a routine and religiously follow it and try to give at least 7- 8 hours to study each day in your routine.
PHYSICS is the toughest part for most of the medical aspirants as it has both numericals and concepts to deal with ,so keep at least 3 hours each day for physics
In Chemistry you have to deal with reactions and learn them and solve questions as well, so give at least 2.5 hours to Chemistry
In biology you have to read, learn and revise again and again, so keep around 2.5 hours for Biology.
-------) Revise:- revise your concepts, formulas etc at regular intervals . Revision is very important otherwise as you move forward in your syllabus, you start forgetting the concepts you have learned before and you won't be able to perform well in your examination.
-------) Solve previous year NEET question :- Solving previous year questions will let you know the examination pattern, type of questions asked in the exam and difficulty level of questions, also concepts of the questions often gets repeated so it will be of great help to you . You can get previous year papers at https://engineering.careers360.com/articles/jee-main-question-papers
-------) Go through NEET mock test papers :- Once you are done with your complete syllabus solve mock test papers as it will let you know your preparation level .After solving each mock test paper, analyse yourself which will help you to know your weak areas /topics so that you can work on them and them strong so that you can perform well in your examination.
You can prepare well using our neet program for which link is provided below