Amrita MBBS 2016 Counselling
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Amrita MBBS 2016 Counselling - Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham University, Kochi, the counselling conducting authority, will conduct Amrita MBBS Counselling 2016 from September 3 for admissions to MBBS and BDS programmes. Candidates who had participated in NEET-1 or NEET-2  and have filled Amrita MBBS 2016 application forms are only eligible to partcipate in the counselling process of Amrita MBBS 2016 Counselling.

As per the Supreme Court’s ruling on May 9, 2016, private and deemed medical universities will have to accept NEET 2016 scores for providing admissions to MBBS and BDS seats in their respective medical and dental colleges. Amrita MBBS 2016 Counselling will be held in offline mode at University campus in Kochi for admissions to 100 MBBS and 60 BDS seats in Amrita University.

 

Amrita MBBS 2016 Counselling Venue

 

 

Venue of Amrita MBBS 2016 Counselling

Admission Office,

Amrita School of Medicine,

AIMS Health Care Campus,

AIMS Ponekkara, Kochi

682041

Amrita MBBS 2016 Counselling Schedule:

Counselling schedule

Dates

Counselling (Day 1)

September 3, 2016- 10:00 AM

Counselling (Day 2)

September 4, 2016- 10:00 AM

Counselling (Day 3)

September 5, 2016- 10:00 AM

Highlights of Amrita MBBS Counselling 2016:

  • Separate Counseling call letter will be sent. Candidates desirous of admission should report to the Chairman – Admissions (Medical) on the date / time and place

  • Admissions will be made strictly on the basis of availability of seats. As soon as the seats are filled admissions will be closed. Mere reason that a candidate was present on the date of counseling will not confer any right on him/her for a seat

  • Interested candidates should report and be present at least half an hour before the time allotted on the date of counseling with call letter, announced in the website. Candidates will not be permitted to attend the counseling after 09.30 AM.

  • Seat allotment will be done for the candidates present at time fixed by the Chairman-Admissions on the basis of the ranks of candidates present at the time of allotment on the date of counseling / allotments

Candidates can check below for the list of the documents to be submitted at the time of Amrita MBBS 2016 counselling:

  • Amrita Counseling Call Letter & Confirmation Sheet of Online Application.

  • NEET Hall Ticket, Rank Sheet & Score Card

  • Plus Two Marklist. Plus Two Pass certificate (In case of CBSE or ISCE) A Document to prove the date of birth

  • Transfer certificate from the Institution last attended. Migration certificate from the Board from where the candidate passed his/her plus two.

  • A character and conduct Certificate issued by the Institution from where the candidate last studied.

  •  Medical Certificate for Physical fitness and mental soundness from a medical Officer not below the rank of a Civil Surgeon or a Clinical Associate Professor of a Medical College.

  • Community Certificate in case of SC/ST candidates Recent Passport size face close-up colour photographs :

  • Course Fee to be paid by Demand Draft drawn in favour of “Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham” Payable at Kochi for MBBS admission & Course Fee to be paid by Demand Draft drawn in favour of “Amrita School of Dentistry” Payable at Kochi for BDS admission opted candidates

  • NOTE: CANDIDATES THOSE WHO HAVE NOT COME WITHOUT COMPLETING THE ABOVE LIST OF DOCUMENTS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO ATTEND THE COUNSELING & WILL BE REJECTED

Amrita MBBS Counselling 2016 will provide admissions to fill the total number of seats provided in the programmes. The number of MBBS and BDS Seats is provided in the table below:

 

Number of Seats

Total number of Medical Seats

100

Total number of Dental Seats

60

Stay tuned to www.medicine.careers360.com for more information on Amrita MBBS 2016 Counselling

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