COMEDK PGET 2016 Eligibility Criteria
COMEDK PGET 2016 Eligibility Criteria - Candidates who wish to apply for COMEDK PGET 2016 must fulfill the eligibility criteria as declared by the exam conducting authority i.e. Consortium of Medical, Engineering, and Dental Colleges of Karnataka (COMEDK). COMEDK PGET 2016 is the pre requisite exam for seeking admissions to MD/MS/Diploma Courses in as many as 600 seats in 12 Medical and 20 Dental Colleges affiliated to COMEDK.
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Candidates applying for COMEDK PGET 2016 are advised to read the below mentioned eligibility criteria thoroughly. The application forms of COMEDK PGET 2016 are scheduled to begin on November 10, 2015.
Highlights of COMEDK PGET 2016 Eligibility Criteria are :
Candidates from all over the Country can appear for COMEDK PGET 2016 examination
Candidates must meet all the requirements stipulated by MCI/DCI from time to time
They should have successfully passed their MBBS/BDS from an institution recognized by MCI/DCI
They must have completed or be completing their Internships latest by April 30, 2016
The minimum percentage of marks in the COMEDK PGET 2016 will be 50% for General Merit candidates and 40% for the candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe (All India) and Backward Classes belonging to Karnataka State
They should have obtained permanent registration with the MCI/DCI or any of the State Medical /Dental Council
In case, of the Indian National with the recognized degree from a Foreign University, the degree should have been duly registered in the Country where the degree is obtained and should also have been registered by the Medical/Dental Council of India
Candidates whose applications will be unaccepted by COMEDK are:
Candidates already holding a PG degree in any Specialty
Candidates who are pursuing a PG Degree/ Diploma in any clinical specialty after securing the seat through COMEDK in earlier year
Candidates having selected a seat earlier through COMEDK and
Candidates having failed to join the college or failed to surrender the said seat at the COMEDK level or
Candidates having joined the college but failed to complete the course
Candidates who have been debarred by COMEDK during the previous year for any examination malpractice
Note: Notwithstanding the eligibility criteria of COMEDK PGET 2016 mentioned as above, if any changes affected by MCI/DCI or any other Competent Regulatory Authority shall be accepted.
Rank List/ Rank Card will be prepared only for those candidates who will become eligible to Post Graduate Courses as per the regulations of Medical Council /Dental Council of India.
It must be noted that the candidates whose applications is rejected but who also wish to reapply can fill up a fresh application with all the required documents along with the new demand draft (application fee) and making a request for application as per the procedure and should submit the same on or before the last date for making the application.
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It doesn't look like the cut offs will be further reduced. Nevertheless, please follow the official website for more information. You can also refer our article for more information: https://medicine.careers360.com/articles/neet-mds-cut-off
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What MCI says about DNB ENT: Practice the specialty of Otorhinolaryngology ethically keeping in mind the requirement of the patient, his community and people at large. Demonstrate sufficient understanding of basic sciences related to Otorhinolaryngology and be able to integrate such knowledge in his Clinical practice. Diagnose and manage majority of conditions in Otorhinolaryngology
So MS is about treating and surgery and DNB is about treating only. Now if surgery is important for you then you need to take a chance, if not DNB and later think about MCh if needed.
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Any foreign national seats in BHU ??
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Best of luck.
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I hope this helps.