HIHT PMEE 2015 Counselling
None, 22 Sep 2015, #NEET

HIHT PMEE 2015 Counselling: The second and final counselling of HIHT PMEE 2015 is scheduled to be held on September 26, 2015 in an offline mode at the University Campus, i.e. Swami Ram Nagar, Jolly Grant, Dehradun, Uttrakhand. Candidates who have qualified the entrance exam of HIHT PMEE 2015 are eligible to attend the Counselling process. It must also be noted that all the candidates who have attended the first counselling round are also eligible to participate in the second counselling round. Candidates can check below for the detailed procedure to of HIHT PMEE 2015 Second Counselling Round.

 

Venue

Swami Ram Nagar,

Jolly Grant,

Dehradun-248016 (Uttrakhand)

 

Important features of HIHT PMEE 2015 Second Counselling Round:

  • Under “Permanent Residents of Uttarakhand” the following candidates shall report for registration at 9:00AM on Saturday, 26th September, 2015
  • UK-SC-PH: All candidates who are qualified and have claimed under this category
  • UK-SC-WQ: All candidates who are qualified and have claimed under this category
  • UK-OBC-DPW: All candidates who are qualified and have claimed under this category.
  • Whereas Candidates under “All India” category (not Permanent Residents of Uttarakhand) who have obtained rank 94 to 300 under this category in the PMEE – 2015 shall report for registration at 10:30AM on Saturday, 26 September, 2015
  • The call letter for counseling and registration form can be downloaded from the university website. Duly filled in registration form to be brought at the time of counseling
  • However, the candidates are required to send in confirmation of their attending the counseling latest by 25 September, 2015 (3:30 p.m.) through email at reg@srhu.edu.in
  • On 26 September, 2015 candidates are required to reach the place of counseling atleast half an hour before the above prescribed time

 

The Counselling of HIHT PMEE 2015 has been conducted on June 27, 2015 in an offline mode. Candidates who had qualified in the entrance exam of HIHT PMEE 2015 as per the merit list were eligible to attend the Counselling Procedure of HIHT PMEE 2015. The Result of HIHT PMEE 2015 has been declared on June 8, 2015 announcing the name and merit rank of the candidates who had to undergo the Counselling Session of HIHT PMEE 2015.

Counselling venue of HIHT PMEE 2015

University Campus,

Swami Rams Nagar, Jollygrant,

Dehradun- 248016

Uttrakhand

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Counselling schedule of HIHT PMEE 2015:

Date

Category

June 27, 2015

All eligible candidates based on the merit list of HIHT PMEE 2015 under the category “Permanent Residents of Uttrakhand”

June 29, 2015

All eligible candidates based on the merit list of HIHT PMEE 2015 under the “All India Category”

 

During the first Counselling of HIHT PMEE 2015, allotment for the following number of seats shall be made:

  • 35 (thirty five) no. of seats available for Permanent Residents of Uttrakhand
  • 60 (sixty) no. of seats available for under“All India Category” (who are not permanent resident of Uttrakhand)
  • Reservation policy of Uttrakhand Govt. will be applicable on 35 seats available for Uttrakhand residents

 

 

List of the documents to be brought in original at the time of counselling are mentioned below:

  • High School certificate as proof of date of birth

  • Mark sheet of the qualifying examination

  • Pass Certificate of the qualifying examination

  • Recent Character certificate from the school/college last attended.

  • Transfer Certificate / School leaving certificate.

  • Migration Certificate. (if applicable)*

  • Gap Year Affidavit (if applicable)

  • Category and (or) Sub-Category Certificate issued by the competent authority, if applicable

  • Admit Card of PMEE – 2015.

  • Six passport size photographs and two stamp size photographs.

  • Two Blank non judicial stamp papers of ` 10/- each for affidavit against ragging to be signed by student and parent

  • Permanent resident certificate issued by designated authority (DM/SDM) – for candidates claiming to be permanent resident of Uttarakhand

  • Candidates who have passed their qualifying examination from abroad have to give equivalence certificate from the Association of Indian Universities (a Government of India agency)

All admsissions are subject to verification of authenticity of the original certificates/documents of the candidates. The decision of the admission committee regarding the eligibility of any applicant shall be final.

 

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